UX Book Club #4
... never took place. However, here is Greg's private review of "Effective UI": Technologies converge, competitors pop up and vanish, technology is allowing or ever richer applications to be built and the demands for better UX are growing every day: Whereas business requirements might remain the same, product development has become an ongoing journey with an unknown destination.
“Agile development” has therefore become the mantra of our industry. At the heart of Agile is the acknowledgement of uncertainty, which requires that flexible development be favored over rigid commitments and strict processes.
Effective UI builds on this agile line. It provides a good high level view on the team agile methodology and can serve as a basic handbook to guide your team towards an engaging UX. In it’s core it’s mostly a self promotional marketing tool allowing the corresponding Design agency Effective UI to spread their brand; following their call I landed on effective UI’s website – not really a usability front-runner. However, the journey is the reward – and that’s what their book is all about.
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