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  • ...besides the ones mentioned in the questions above. Counting stories. Thoughput / delivery rate of stories over time. Adrian -- adrianh@^$3 / +44 (0)7752 419080 / @adrianh/ quietstars.com ( CSSTWP.com the product team certification programme you can trust! ;-)
    Adrian Howard May 13
  • ...written down. Also, while I don’t really actively curate these anymore you may find some of the links on https://pinboard.in/u:adrianh/t:leanux https://pinboard.in/u:adrianh/t:agileux https://pinboard.in/u:adrianh/t:agile+ux of interest (although the relevance...
    Adrian Howard Feb 26
  • ...keeping it up to date any more, so this misses a bunch of more recent stuff, but some of the links under https://pinboard.in/u:adrianh/t:agile+ux will probably be of interest. The books with "Agile" and "UX" in the title listed on http://www.slideshare.net/adrianh...
    Adrian Howard Feb 1
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  • ...to play nice together for a while. You might find some of the pointers at the end of this deck of use: http://www.slideshare.net/adrianh/fundamentals-of-lean-ux-agile-on-the-beach-2014/131 The Balanced Team community especially has a bunch of folk playing in that...
    Adrian Howard Jan 22
  • ...is hard… Acceptance test counts is not something I’ve tried. Added to the list of things to try. Thanks ;) Cheers, Adrian -- adrianh@^$3 / +44 (0)7752 419080 / @adrianh/ quietstars.com - Get the Agile & Lean UX newsletter here > http://bit.ly/agileleanux -
    Adrian Howard Jan 2
  • On 27 Jan 2014, at 14:35, Yahoo wrote: > We have two stories which are ready for UAT and it is part of the definition of done. The person who does UAT is our product owner. In her absence how can we get the credit for these stories? If by "credit" you mean mark the stories as complete / done-done then you can’t. UAT isn’t done. Should be an interesting topic for the sprint...
    Adrian Howard Jan 28, 2014
  • On 28 Jan 2014, at 01:40, George Dinwiddie wrote: >> Only a theory, but I'd imagine small frequent releases is a prerequisite >> of story counting / no estimates. > > That’s not been my experience, though small frequent releases is also a good idea. Ditto. And if you have historical data I’d encourage you to check to see whether story counting would have come out any worse...
    Adrian Howard Jan 28, 2014
  • On 26 Jan 2014, at 01:23, George Dinwiddie wrote: [snip] > Perhaps you're in a different situation. These teams still have plenty > to build. If the UX folk can't keep the pipeline full, executives will > step in with their pet ideas. [snip] Yup - and that’s often at the heart of the problem. The idea that building *something* is always better. The goal shouldn’t be to keep...
    Adrian Howard Jan 26, 2014
  • Hi Mike, On 24 Jan 2014, at 16:46, George Dinwiddie wrote: [snip] >> How is UX different or more special than any other speciality on a team? > > A big difference that I see is that UX is more closely aligned with > deciding what to build than with building it. That makes it naturally > align with a feedback loop around the development loop. > > We’ve been calling it "product...
    Adrian Howard Jan 25, 2014
  • Hey George, On 24 Jan 2014, at 01:41, George Dinwiddie wrote: [snip] >> Other activities fit less well. For example a diary study that >> happens over several months, or ongoing user interviewing activities, >> etc. > > Yes, the teams I'm working with would divide those into discrete > activities. They would share their findings at the Sprint Review, and > might possibly change the...
    Adrian Howard Jan 25, 2014