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The UX Professionals’ Guide to Working with Agile Scrum Teams

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When I left the company three years later, more than 150 teams at that company were using Scrum for developing both infrastructure and product features. In my experience, when product development is managed with an Agile development approach, user experience professionals are expected to find a way to work within the Agile framework to succeed. Both designers and user researchers shared techniques for keeping product owners and developers informed and aware of their progress.

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Unleash Your Visual Superpower!

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Meaning anyone who provides the vision for a product, whether it be in code, wireframes, comps, prototypes, or cocktail napkins. At a certain point, clients stop listening to the strategy—they just want to get to the pictures. But does that mean that designers should just make pictures and leave the strategy to others? The best designers transcend the gap between strategy and execution. Imagine getting two ideas for a new product. Design itself is a product.