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When teams integrate Agile and UX practices, the borders between designing and making become increasingly blurry, with siloed work replaced by cross-disciplinary collaboration. For our next Meetup, we'll combine a live pairing session with two talks on collaborating across roles and disciplines. How is pairing better than traditional collaboration? What are some pitfalls to be mindful of? Is it the right choice for your team? After their talks, we'll open up the floor for a panel-style Q&A.
We'll be livestreaming (https://new.livestream.com/accounts/3310016/events/2110171) this event as well. Follow @agileuxmeetup (https://twitter.com/agileuxmeetup) for updates and tweets during the event.
We hope you can join us!
Steve Berry (https://twitter.com/thoughtmerchant) (Thought Merchants (http://thoughtmerchants.com/)) and Robbie Clutton (https://twitter.com/robb1e) (Pivotal Labs (http://pivotallabs.com)) will pair live, building out a new feature of racquet.io (http://racquet.io/). They'll kick things off and we'll be checking in with them throughout the evening.
Will Evans (https://twitter.com/semanticwill) and Ryan Neuffer (https://twitter.com/ryanneuf) (TLC Labs (http://tlclabs.co/)) will talk about how pairing is a core part of company culture and discuss benefits and pitfalls, particularly relating to UX.
Van Shea Sedita (https://twitter.com/vanshea) (Van Shea Creative (http://www.vanshea.com)) will talk about collaborating with developers while designing in the browser.
6:30 to 7:00pm - Space opens, meet & greet.
7:00 to 8:30pm - Cooking Show, Presentations, discussion.
Google Hangout of Live Pairing: