2 days | online or in-house
UX / agile in-house
2 days intensive course around the foundation of UX and agile development environment. Over the 2 days, students will get a good understanding of UX and agile principles, importance of user experience and customer experience and advantages of Agile/Scrum methodology and thinking. This course is recommended for companies, future development teams, team leaders, business stakeholders, who want to understand the foundation of the modern development process, digital transformation, product lifecycle in the context of user experience.
UX / Agile in-house
UX / Agile in-house | 2 days
We will remember 2020 as a historic year. Brexit uncertainty and Covid-19 generated more issues than we ever imagined and the uncertainty requires higher quality and more precise work. The efficiency and effectiveness have never been more important within a team. The fast problem solving and decision making is the key to avoiding collapse.
During the training, you will get theoretical and practical knowledge on the Agile approach, scrum principles and thinking, foundation of the modern development process, digital/non-digital product development lifecycle, digital transformation and how the Agile environment works and breathes.
You will also get a thorough overview around UX best practices, UI basics, research principles and methodologies, wire-framing and prototyping tools, collaboration, communication and organisation skills, how to understand and solve complex multifaceted problems understand design thinking, research and the available techniques, empathy, ability to complex thinking.
We will teach how to develop this attitude, how to use these unique skills, how to bring special and priceless knowledge to the future table and how to use this proactive problem solving attitude and approach to build better products and services.
online or in-house training
no hidden cost and fees
We recommend this course for beginners or future user experience designers but also helpful for teams who are already working in/around development, digital transformation and want to learn more advantages of an Agile environment, user experience design, customer experience, design thinking like the development team leaders, business stakeholders, who want to understand UX and UI in context.
This course is also helpful for future product and development teams, team leaders and business stakeholders, project/product managers, company managers, marketing teams, anybody who first wants to understand the possibilities and advantages of Agile before starting the actual development.
This course is a live online or in-house/personal training, includes theory and lots of practical examples from the real world, totally tailor made and bespoke designed for corporate environments.
The learning curve and the content of the course has been designed to understand the Agile/Scrum process, roles and responsibilities, foundation of Scrum and the scope of the role, improve problem solving skills that led to better and more reliable decisions in a collaborative agile environment in line with design thinking and user experience design.
Participants will get knowledge of UX and UI as well, user research principles, collaboration, communication and organisation skills, stakeholder management. Get taste of how to understand and solve complex multifaceted problems and get a proactive problem solving attitude and approach to build better products and services. With a better understanding of Agile approach, participants will be able to help the team’s perform at their highest level.
- What is user experience? – Functional and experience design and the the design process
- Technology and complexity and usability – Why UX became a necessity?
- Understand the users: goals, behaviours, context and mental models
- Planning a research: Hypothesis and assumptions
- Research techniques: Qualitative and Quantitative
- Research analysis: Identifying patterns, creating a persona, scenarios and journeys
- Interaction design: concept models, information hierarchy and flow
- Interfaces and navigation: storyboards and wireframes
- Prototyping: Prototyping tools, building a prototype
- Usability and accessibility – Planning your test, creating test scenarios
- Agile principles – Anatomy of a modern development environment
- Agile methods: Scrum, Kanban and the others
- Ceremonies & roles
- Sprinting: Release Planning and Tracking Progress
- Tools: Jira, Confluence and task management
- Testing principles: measure the success
- Essence of Agile, other methodologies
What Our Students Say
“We all really enjoyed this course from the research techniques through the planning phase to the design thinking methodology. We also learned a lot about collaborative work which made our teamwork more effective.”