During this webinar you'll learn how to build fluid and dynamic layouts that respond to browser size and device type. This will allow you and your team to better define requirements, collaborate with stakeholders, and build better designs using responsive prototyping.
(Doug Brown: 00:00 iRise Demo: 25:40 Integration Demo: 40:10 Tasktop: 44:15)
During this webinar, Doug Brown, former VP Senior User Experience Designer at JPMorgan Chase and Manager of UI Engineering for eCommerce at DSW, discussed and demonstrated how he’s integrated best of breed tools to bring together requirements, Lean UX design, and the Agile development processes.
Interested in integrating tools like JIRA, HP ALM, JAMA, Microsoft TFS, or any of the other major ALM tools? Then this webinar is definitely worth your time.
Creating text-centric requirements documents is a time consuming activity, and trying to read and interpret them is cumbersome (and at times impossible) for your stakeholders. In this 1 hour session, you will learn how you can better define requirements, manage scope and collaborate with your stakeholders through the power of prototype-driven requirements that the unique features in iRise allows.
The later a defect or change is found, the greater the impact. Agile processes attempt to address this by shortening development cycles and increasing collaboration. DevOps promotes cultural and tool changes to further streamline getting software into production. But speeding up the process and building the wrong thing doesn’t deliver business value and isn’t the answer.
The demonstration featured a number of highlights of the new 10.5 release. Bryan demonstrated how to log in and start a new product using the web-based Editor. He was able to choose from a series of starter templates for web, iPhone or iPad apps, and there were some UX tool kits, all designed to give users a good starting point. These templates are also customizable, allowing you to create templates for your company.