What is valuable working software and how do you measure it? — The Agile Manifesto & user experience

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Some smart people wrote a manifesto to help develop better software.

The Agile Manifesto

Using “Agile” in vain

What is working software?

UX pyramid by Stephen P. Anderson

There are no shortcuts to success & competitiveness

1. If a product fails, you won’t know if it’s because it didn’t fit the market or if the experience was poor.

2. Design debt, like technical debt, needs to be paid down in the foreseeable future.

3. Building up a large amount of design debt leaves you in a vulnerable position for a competitor to steal the market.

How can we deliver fast if we can’t compromise on the quality of the user experience?

How do we measure the quality of the user experience?

What about MVP’s?

Agreeing on a teams interpretation of agile.

Head of Product: fivegoodfriends.com.au. Loves turning ideas into reality to keep the world sustainable, beautiful and liveable for everyone.

Head of Product: fivegoodfriends.com.au. Loves turning ideas into reality to keep the world sustainable, beautiful and liveable for everyone.