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Where does Product Management stop and UX start?

Product Management Sets the Vision Product management, and specifically the Product Owner role in frameworks like Scrum, are primarily about managing the vision for a product. The day-to-day work of ...
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Who should make the final design and UX decisions on a team without a designer

My advice: Set aside time for your team to learn some basic UX/usability, whether it's looking over blogs or videos together or actual training. Even if you get a dedicated person later, helping your ...
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Who should make the final design and UX decisions on a team without a designer

It's the product owners duty to define acceptance criteria. This can include usability features. For example: As a color blind user, I want to use this feature without any impediments It's the ...
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What does it mean for a product manager to do A/B testing?

There are two components to A/B Testing. The first is the "why". The second is the "how". I'll start with the "how" first. This is the implementation. This is the technical details that developers ...
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UI in scrum - what's the silver bullet?

A sprint backlog contains 40 story points and all are UI specialist work, and only 1 person is available to do them with another 5 being left with nothing to do. Have the other 5 help the 1 person in ...
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UI in scrum - what's the silver bullet?

It's worth noting that a team is not only cross-functional, but also self-organizing. This means specialists should be open and honest about whether their skills can help achieve a sprint goal set ...
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Including UX in Scrum

Altough I realize this is an old question I believe it is still relevant. I am currently in the same situation. That is, trying to figure out how to best implement the UX perspective into a scrum ...
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How to apply the 'I' of INVEST in UI based development

Vertical slices minimize dependencies between stories You are attempting to horizontally slice the larger epic (by architecture) into user stories: we have stories for UX design, Front end ...
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Should we finalize the user story or UI design first?

What you are describing is expected behavior, not something unusual that needs to be fixed. As you work on the UI you will think of functionality that now need stories, and while writing the stories ...
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Should we finalize the user story or UI design first?

During refinement you discovered another design and went with that one instead of what you thought originally. It happens. That's what refinement is for. To add details to the backlog items, ...
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How to enable team member to share and discuss about their product and design autonomously?

I realize that most of the time Scrum restricts the creative culture. I'm so sick and tired of people saying "Scrum does this" or "Scrum does that" when in reality, they could ...
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UI in scrum - what's the silver bullet?

As you've probably seen from the diverse answers, there is no silver bullet. The answers I see are about how to organize the way you approach UI/UX now in a better way to improve flow or work ...
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Cycle that represents Scrum and UX work together

Answer is 2. For both Scrum and UX you do the following steps: Design pattern or Plan Implement design or DO A/B test, test Improve
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User stories based on the existing design

First, it is important to consider that, as you already have an up-front design and are simply implementing it, you are not practicing anything like Scrum or XP. This is not a value judgement - it's ...
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User stories based on the existing design

In a situation like this one, I perceive the value of these "stories" to be to capture an understanding of who the actual users of the system perceive themselves to be, what the system does ...
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User stories based on the existing design

First of all talk to the Product Owner and get their input. One of the good reasons you might want to write user stories for an existing design is to make sure you capture the "so that..." ...
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Cycle that represents Scrum and UX work together

"Build then Measure then Learn" - It sounds to me like Lean. Not Scrum and UX. "Plan then Do then Check then Review" - Is it not PDCA with a tweak? The 'act' is replaced with '...
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Cycle that represents Scrum and UX work together

Scrum is founded on empirical process control theory, or empiricism Scrum is founded on empirical process control theory, or empiricism. Here is a detailed justification of the above by Ken Schwaber, ...
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Isn't the attractiveness curve in the Kano model depicted wrong?

Fascinating question and more subtle than I originally thought. According to this graph, as investment into an unexpected/new/innovative feature's functionality is increased, user satisfaction goes ...
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Should we finalize the user story or UI design first?

A UI design can't be considered "final" before the users have seen it in action and tested it. If you are in the early stages of something that doesn't yet exist then I suggest you only ...
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Should we finalize the user story or UI design first?

What is the best time to start writing stories ? You should have a product backlog of all the features, and refine the prioritized stories sufficiently before every sprint. Should we finalize the UI ...
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SAAS Project Management Methodology with API driven and User Centered Design focuses

In traditional project management, most UX activities occur during the early (Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) phases. Personas and scenarios would be created as requirements are gathered and ...
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Who should make the final design and UX decisions on a team without a designer

"Final Say" is a Business Decision; Consult the Framework or Charter Is is better for product or the engineers to have the final say for UX/design decisions? Or should it be a majority vote? The ...
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Who should make the final design and UX decisions on a team without a designer

I would rephrase your question like this: "we are few people in a ship and none of us is qualified to be a captain. How should we navigate the ship - let the kitchen staff do it or have us all ...
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PMP Experience Verification

As a commenter said, only PMI can answer this. However, having earned been through the PMP process (and having been audited on my experience by PMI) I would say that sounds good. There are lots of ...
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Who should be in charge of a UI design contracting?

Having seen a number of contract meetings in the works, whomever has the most expertise in the area. You shouldn't care if someone's feelings get hurt because its "technically their job description." ...
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UI in scrum - what's the silver bullet?

A smattering of thoughts and suggestions: How "complete" do you require UX specs to be before dev work can start? Can UI pre-work take it as far as approved wireframes, then detailed "pixel" design ...
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