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The Guide to Agile UX Design Sprints

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Step-by-step playbook based on running 50 sprints for 10 projects.
Balance Agile processes with user-centered design.
See case studies of Agile design sprints in action.
Written by a PwC Digital Product Designer with 8 years experience
Kindle Edition, 59 pages
Published May 9th 2016
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Natalia Grein
Sep 06, 2019 rated it it was ok
This book is only an “okay” overview of agile UX research processes, I was actually a bit disappointed. As pinpointed by another reader, it tries to cover too much ground in only a few chapters, which made me have to go look elsewhere for information that was presumed to be already known.
It is succint, but not very clear and well-thought, same goes for its instructions. I wouldn’t recommend it to new UCD students, but otherwise, it’s probably a great addition to more experienced designers’ shel
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Sep 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
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A solid overview of how the agile ux process works for the author and his company. Helps if you already have some familiarity with agile or Google Ventures Design Sprints, but even if you don't, this book will serve as a nice intro. However, it is relatively brief, while at the same time it attempts to cover a lot of ground. Hence why the 4-star rating - you'll definitely have to look for more information elsewhere, should you decide to put these principles to work yourself and do it right.
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