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Why designers fail to integrate into Agile teams

UX Planet

Prescriptive Agile frameworks make it hard for designers to add valuable contributions to the team. Desperate to find an alternative to our ineffective process, I stumbled upon Agile and it blew my mind. But in my new Agile team, I was designing fragments that felt incomplete. In 2011 I was a UX Designer in a design studio.

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What is Agile UX? Methods & Process

UX Planet

Agile UX is a design methodology based on the principles of Agile software development. Agile is a proven software development approach that emphasizes flexibility, collaboration and efficiency. Agile UX adopts the same values, reframed in the context of digital design projects. What is the Agile UX Process?

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Why is Agile Still Being Treated as Gospel?

The Product Coalition

Agile just turned twenty-one, but don’t put away that fake ID yet. Ever since the Agile Manifesto was written in 2001, the concept of becoming more efficient by embracing iterative delivery models and “learning-on-the-go” has captivated senior executives to junior project managers alike.

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Agile Uncovered: Understanding What Agile Really Means?

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Agile is about flexibility, collaboration, and customer satisfaction. Agile helps you keep up. We’re going to dig into Agile. We’ll also look at how Agile has evolved over time and why it’s more relevant today than ever before. The Origins of Agile Agile didn’t just emerge out of nowhere.

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4 Tips to Adapt Agile Product Management to Your Team’s Processes

Amplitude

According to the 2020 State of Agile Report , 95% of organizations say they’ve adopted Agile development methodologies within their team. So why do 84% of those respondents feel like they’re not doing Agile the right way? The answer is simple—there’s no right way to do Agile.

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Why Scrum? A Product Owner’s Guide to Agile Success

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Agile vs Scrum: Clearing the Confusion Let’s address a common point of confusion head-on: Agile and Scrum. So, what’s the difference between Agile and Scrum? Agile is a philosophy and approach to software development. Agile is like the operating system on your smartphone. Here’s to Scrum.

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Deconstructing Being Agile

The Product Coalition

Has the spirit of being agile been lost behind a mountain of rules? Agile vs. Being Agile Agile became popular shortly after ‘The Agile Software Development Manifesto ’ was published in 2001. Companies who focused on being agile saw great success, and others wanted to follow suit.

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