This session is split into 2 practical exercises, each preceded by a 20-minute discussion of aspects of ExperienceOps.
Development is a mature profession. Tools and techniques have been developed over the last 50 years to help manage developers' attention and augment their ability and creativity in fascinating ways.
Many UXers work in a world built by devs, for devs. And that's okay. This part of the discussion will look at:
The development of a VisionType (a product prototype in the form of a landing page, press release, blog post, storyboard or design fiction) for an ExOps future.
Some organisations have done some impressive work on developing new tools and techniques to make agile/continuous design at scale work well.
What do those tools and strategies look like? We'll discuss:
Sketch/prototyping of a 'JIRA but for ExOps' to answer the question of how you deliver consistently well-researched, accessible, performant, responsive, resilient designs continuously and at scale.
Simon Bostock is a service designer, UX architect and product manager working as an associate on agile transformation projects with Equal Experts.
Recent work has been on award-winning Government Digital Service 'exemplar' projects (Home Office, HMRC), as well as work in developing design and product management capability in newly-forged continuous delivery environments with organisations in the financial services sector.
He has a passion for work in 'continuous everything' agile teams and is currently working on developing a transdisciplinary community of delivery specialists interested in the theme of 'DevOps mindset for designers' (working title: ExOps).