I'll spend about a third of the time reviewing agile development -
trying to communicate more from a UX practitioners perspective. Then
I hope to spend much of the remainder of the time talking about what
I've seen emerge as common agile UX practice. These are emergent
practices I've observed in many teams and organizations that have made
agile and UX practice work effectively together. Nothing theoretical
here - just reporting what I've seen work.
You'll get a chance to ask questions and have them answered. Jared
also follows the web seminar with a podcast that answers questions we
didn't get to during the seminar.
Although it's short notice, if this is interesting to you or your
company, please visit Jared's site and register. Use the discount
code PATTON to get $30 off the already reasonable price.