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In many ways, it’s not a big surprise that the agile software development process has swept the tech world off of its feet. With both the pace of business and client expectations growing at an outsized rate, older systems like the waterfall method seem downright Titanic in contrast, lumbering blindly into a sea littered with icebergs.
But, as many designers know all too well, the agile process isn’t a template into which the design process can be simply dropped. Doing so can create a number of problems for designers, putting them at risk for developing design tunnel vision and losing track of the greater whole. Instead, it’s much better to use the agile development process as a metaphor that can be adapted to a design team’s specific purpose. Here are a few concrete ways to do just that. [Read more…]