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The Vital Integration of Design and Development

Post by Matt Bjornson

We’re self-managing, multi-disciplinary teams. We’re designers and developers working together to deliver software. This isn’t the way all companies approach software development. In large companies, interface and interaction design is often in a completely separate organization, marketing – or maybe … Continue reading

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How do you prototype?

Post by Ben Edwards

I am interested in finding out more about how people in the industry (web/software) utilize prototyping. To that end (and to try out some new software from questionform I have set up this brief survey. Please answer these 5 questions … Continue reading

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Giving users what they need, not what they want.

Post by Ben Edwards

The Creating Passionate Users blog is quickly becoming one of my favorite sites. It is posts like this one called How much control should users have? that keep me coming back. These graphs from the post succinctly illustrate a point … Continue reading

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Design and the Agile Method

Post by Ben Edwards

In a recent post, Microsoft employee, ahem… wildchicken hurls some rather ill-founded accusations at something that is near and dear to me. In his opinion (or actually the opinion of several unnamed “respected” UX friends of his) the agile method … Continue reading

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