Faster, more iterative cycles than traditional Waterfall approach aren't just for visual design or feature development. Hear all about Agile design and UX -- from process techniques to make it work in your organization to developing story maps that consider your user's journey.

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Jeff Gothelf

Scaling Lean: Project, Program, Portfolio

You’ll learn…

  • Understand objectives and key results (OKRs) that keep the customer at the center of the conversation, at all levels of your organization
  • Get four principles to stay customer-centric and evidence-based as teams and companies grow
  • Learn how to lead growing teams who are interested in working in a Lean/Agile way
  • Discover why there is no silver bullet to scaling Lean/Agile practices
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Jared Spool

It’s a Great Time To Be a UX Designer

There’s never been a better time to be a designer. After years of wishing we’d have the recognition and appreciation for the value we bring, we’re now highly sought after for our talents and skills. A growing number of organizations have seen success through great design, from Apple to Cirque de Soleil to the White House. Others now want to get the same results. The demand for great designers has never been better.

Yet, as the proverb says, "Be careful for what you wish for, lest it become true." Now that everyone expects us to deliver great things, are we ready? While we’re presented with more opportunities than ever, we also have increased challenges.

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Jeff Patton

Story Mapping for UX Practitioners:
Tying Agile & UX Together

You’ll learn…

  • How to build a story map—something you already use—from scratch
  • How to overcome the Agile dogma that often starts projects off on the wrong foot
  • Why the story mapping vocabulary can alleviate the lack of common understanding that comes with tying Agile & UX together
  • You can put this process in place for projects you’re working on right now
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Jeff Patton

An Agile UX Primer

You’ll learn…

  • Understand the meaning of "Agile"
  • Understand The Agile Manifesto - Where agility is a value system, more esthetic than process
  • Recognize the seven characteristics of successful Agile Development
  • Understand emerging common process life - Cycle and roles - The Customer, the Development Team, and The Coach
  • Turn a snowman into an onion - The basic anatomy of an Agile iteration