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 their children’s brands Ladybird and Puffin.

penguin.co.uk

penguin.co.uk

In 2014 Penguin Random House UK (who had recently merged to become the biggest publisher in the world), approached Clearleft for help.