The Role of Design in Agile Projects
In the systems development traditions of the past, most people adhered to the concept that development should be done in discrete phases. These were typically sequential: analysis, design, implementation, and testing, often referred to as "the waterfall". Agile processes reject this notion almost entirely, and so one question that often arises is: if there is no design "phase", when does design happen? Is there a role for design in an agile process? This webinar will address this question and introduce the concept of an "emergent" design process. This will be an overview, with no technical knowledge or experience required.
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Acknowledgements: Heather McLarnon