Agile software development offers a fantastic opportunity to integrate user insight into the game development process, leading to better games. In this post, I’ll cover the main methods that can be used to integrate user insight into agile games development, and why this is important.
This week I attended the UXBrighton conference, and was very impressed by the size and experience demonstrated by the Brighton UX community. The conference was an extension of the monthly UXBrighton meetings, who moved for the first time to a bigger venue – necessitated by the prestige of their special guest Rory Sutherland, as documented […]
Agile is a relatively young software development methodology, with the Agile Manifesto being written less than 10 years ago. It claims to offer a significant advancement from traditional ‘Waterfall’ methodologies, not least because it allows user experience principles to be applied and integrated within the design process. Today I’ll cover a brief introduction to the […]