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Agile and user centered design integration (AUCDI) is of significant interest to researchers who want to achieve synergy and eliminate limitations of each. Currently, there are no clear principles or guidelines for practitioners to achieve successful integration. In addition, substantial differences exist between agile and UCD approaches which pose(More)
This paper discusses an empirical study that identified challenges exhibited by industrial practitioners in integrating Agile development processes and User Centred Design (UCD). The study also identified practices utilised in order to achieve the integration. Fourteen in-depth, one-to-one interviews were conducted with 14 participants from 11 companies of(More)
Agile development processes and User Centred Design (UCD) integration have been gaining increased interest, in part due to the complementarity of the techniques, the benefits each can apply to the other, and the challenges associated with their combination. This paper describes a Systematic Literature Review (SLR) that was conducted on Agile and UCD(More)
The integration of the User Centred Design (UCD) in Agile systems development processes (Agile) is not without problems. The context of Agile strongly affects the possibilities of IT professionals to conduct user centred activities in their work. In this workshop we will address challenges and success stories and best practices from integrating UCD into(More)
  • Leonor Barroca, Helen Sharp, Dina Salah, Katie Taylor, Gregory Peggy, Leonor Barroca +3 others
  • 2015
Copyright and Moral Rights for the articles on this site are retained by the individual authors and/or other copyright owners. For more information on Open Research Online's data policy on reuse of materials please consult the policies page. ABSTRACT There is wide acceptance in the software engineering field that industry and research can gain significantly(More)
Agile software development processes (Agile), such as Scrum, DSDM, XP and Kanban, have become de facto standards for software development practice. Scrum, the most commonly used process, focuses on delivering functioning software early and continuously, and emphasizes speed, communication and developer collaboration in the software development process [15].(More)