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Adjusting UX Research for Agile Practices

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Agile software development practices continue to dominate organizations and user experience research and strategy are more necessary than ever, but incorporating research doesn’t always jive with the established practices of Agile. Many of us are still at a loss for making research happen in Agile settings.

This session will cover recommendations for setting up the logistics to best facilitate research and specific tips to plan, run, and analyze research effectively within an Agile environment.

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Adjusting UX Research for Agile Practices

  1. 1. Hello All Things Open! Advanced Aerial Photography
  2. 2. Adjusting UX Research for an Agile World @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  3. 3. AGILE @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  4. 4. Pivoting is magical. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  5. 5. Collaboration is king. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen W
  6. 6. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen BUT
  7. 7. You can’t measure learning in lines of code. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  8. 8. No dedicated time often means no time at all. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  9. 9. Let me tell you a secret. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  10. 10. There’s no such thing as the “right way” to do research in Agile. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  11. 11. THREEFIVETWO/@MANDALACEYS 11 We’re all special snowflakes. Yep. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  12. 12. Team Makeup @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  13. 13. Cross-functional for all. Back end dev Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end devUX researcher @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  14. 14. Back end dev Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end devUX researcher @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen Cross-functional for all.
  15. 15. Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end devUX researcher Back end dev @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen Cross-functional for all.
  16. 16. Second best. Research Team Back end dev Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end dev Back end dev Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end dev Back end dev Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end dev @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  17. 17. UXICORN Back end dev Front end dev QA tester Back end dev Back end dev Front end dev QA tester Back end dev UXICORN It’ll do. But… @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  18. 18. How much do you love this thing I made? @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  19. 19. Please no. UXICORN Back end dev Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end dev Back end dev Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end dev Back end dev Front end dev UX designer QA testerBack end dev @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  20. 20. Setup and logistics @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  21. 21. Make research a part of the schedule. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  22. 22. And hold it sacred. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  23. 23. But. Don’t lose sight of the big picture. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  24. 24. Allow self-scheduling. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  25. 25. Make your own panel. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  26. 26. Research Planning @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  27. 27. Write specific hypotheses to narrow scope. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  28. 28. If we [do, build, provide x thing], then [these people] will [some desirable outcome]. We’ll know when [actionable metrics]. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  29. 29. PROTIP The more specific your hypothesis, the easier it will be to plan research AND come to conclusions. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  30. 30. Use Franken- methods. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  31. 31. Balance flexibility and rigor. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  32. 32. When in doubt, recycle. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  33. 33. Share the load. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  34. 34. Pro tip: Bribery is OK @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  35. 35. Data Analysis and Integration @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  36. 36. Include everyone in sessions and analysis. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  37. 37. Reminder If you set a specific, targeted hypothesis, analyzation is easier. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  38. 38. 1) Stay the course. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  39. 39. 2) PIVOT! PIVOT! PIVOT! @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  40. 40. Sometimes the next path is really clear. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  41. 41. 41 Sometimes…not. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  42. 42. Find solutions together. Awesome image from WOCinTech Chat @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  43. 43. Find simple ways to keep everyone in the loop. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  44. 44. Remember to add takeaways to the backlog. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  45. 45. @MandaLaceyS | #AllThingsOpen
  46. 46. Thank you! @MandaLaceyS stockwellstrategy.com
  47. 47. G’night!

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