Two parallel tracks: iterating the design and implementation separately, but simultaneously

the following diagrams are taken from an excellent document from the Journal of usability studies called “Adapting Usability Investigations for
Agile User-centered Design” by Desirée Sy from Autodesk.

The first diagram simply captures a method for running parallel tracks of design and dev on an agile project. A great one for explaining how design and iterative development can work together… and more considered than the “ill just stay ahead of you guys” method


The second diagram structures a User Experience Card wall that helps keep design elements and where in the prototype / testing / ready cycle they are. Great !


Its really worth having a look a the entire document at

About Jason Furnell

design thinker . experience designer . lo-fi sketcher . workshop facilitator . visual thinker . diagrammer . agile believer . multidisciplinary collaborator . build sequencer . incrementing and iterating . architecting information . presenting and pitching . master of design (its a degree, not a self assigned title) . dyslexic . misspell-er of many many many things....
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