Towards an Agile User Experience Virtual Assistant and Management Platform

Megan Patterson, Raymond Bond, Maurice Mulvenna, Carol Reid, Fiona McMahon, Pauric McGowan, Jenna McGarry, Hugh Cormican

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Abstract

Much research has been carried out into the integration of User Experience and the Agile software development methodology. However, there has been no formal attempt to develop a computerised management system to aid in the integration of these two concepts. This paper outlines the initial development of such a system; UX-Vision. It includes how the system operates, the design of its user interface, and the data structure. There is also discussion on how the system could be developed further to include a virtual assistant to indicate when and how UX activities should be carried out within Agile software development.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Number of pages4
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 3 May 2017
Event31st British Human Computer Interaction Conference - University of Sunderland’s St. Peter’s Campus
Duration: 3 May 2017 → …

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Conference31st British Human Computer Interaction Conference
Period3/05/17 → …

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Software engineering
User interfaces
Data structures

Keywords

  • user experience
  • user interfaces
  • human-computer interaction
  • agile
  • software engineering

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Towards an Agile User Experience Virtual Assistant and Management Platform. / Patterson, Megan; Bond, Raymond; Mulvenna, Maurice; Reid, Carol; McMahon, Fiona; McGowan, Pauric; McGarry, Jenna; Cormican, Hugh.

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Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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