by Hugh Beyer
In theory, Agile projects can iterate their design with users through the regular sprint process. In practice, few projects can afford to revisit completed stories repeatedly until they are right. It’s critical that stories define user needs correctly from the start. Paper prototyping is a key technique for iterating a design with users before development work on a story starts. In this session, we show how to build effective prototypes and how to use them in field interviews to get the most reliable feedback.
13th–17th August 2012