Agile UX

Agile UX means designing user experiences in an Agile manner or within a development team’s Agile framework.

Agile replaces the so-called waterfall project process with a method that encourages collaboration between departments and rapid, iterative design and development. Rather than specifying a system’s behaviour in full before it is built, Agile focuses on designing and developing certain user journeys at a time. The system is therefore completed iteratively, building new sections and revising previous work. Working in this manner is popular with developers but challenging for designers, however we have had a lot of success designing within Agile environments.


Case studies featuring Agile UX

Channel 4 Scrapbook

Channel 4 Scrapbook

A new digital lifestyle experience developed with the product team at Channel 4.

Channel 4 News iOS Apps

Channel 4 News iOS Apps

Clearleft brought Channel 4’s in-depth reporting of current affairs to iOS and Android users

Puffin & Ladybird

Puffin & Ladybird

As an outcome of our strategic design work with Penguin.co.uk, we were engaged to deliver a responsive websites for both Ladybird and Puffin.

penguin.co.uk

penguin.co.uk

After Penguin and Random House merged to become the biggest publisher in the world, they approached Clearleft for help.