Posts Categorized: Agile UX

Rapid Prototyping with Henry Charge

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Last week Henry Charge led a Lunch and Learn on Rapid Prototyping, the practice of creating HTML prototypes that can be changed on the fly instead of having to create new iterations of photoshop renders when aesthetic changes are requested by the client. Focusing specifically on some of our Government work, he introduced the concept… Read more »

Wow, Valtech winners at the EPiServer awards!

We are happy campers today. Last night Valtech was awarded the prize for developing the best public service website, 1177.se at the EPiServer Awards in Sweden. We’re of course ecstatically happy for the great work done by our Swedish colleagues and wish them the best of luck in the continuing development. This is not the first time this website is awarded prizes,… Read more »

UX (well I probably mean IA) and Agile

Agility is the ability to do what you need at the right time and to the right level of detail, to be able to analyse enough now to enable you to build something that works, which can be implemented preferably into production in order to gain the benefit you planned.        But how about… Read more »