Sharing Ownership of UX...
smkeesle at syr.edu
Thu Oct 4 19:16:37 UTC 2007
I like the article, but I think that there is an important unstated
In a business environment, the product will not ship unless it meets the
quality standards of the engineering group, the UX group and the product
manager. Here in Sakailand (and many open source software communities), we
have a track record of putting emphasis on the engineering aspect of this,
but NO emphasis on holding off on a release in order to ensure the product
is usable, discoverable, intuitive, etc as is emphasized in this article.
Perhaps instead of stating that we will release something every year, we
should set what the next release WILL look like and release it when QA and
UX say it is done.
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On 10/4/07 2:52 PM, "Michael Korcuska" <mkorcuska at sakaifoundation.org>
> Great article, Daphne, thanks for sharing. Now, where is that product manager?
> Seriously, though, I think some of the difficulty in getting design and
> engineering working productively together is the underdeveloped product
> management function.
> On Oct 4, 2007, at 11:38 AM, Daphne Ogle wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> We had lots of great conversation about how effective a multi-disciplinary
>> team can be at the Summit. And I think we all agree this is a guiding
>> principle for Fluid. 'UX matters' has a well written article about what
>> these teams might look like, who's responsible for what,
>> etc., http://www.uxmatters.com/MT/archives/000194.php.
>> It is a pretty long article but I think well worth the read. Enjoy!
>> Daphne Ogle
>> Senior Interaction Designer
>> University of California, Berkeley
>> Educational Technology Services
>> daphne at media.berkeley.edu
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> Michael Korcuska
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