Agile has become the go-to development methodology for organizations that want to reduce the risk involved in shipping new products and features.
But even though agile has helped many companies make huge workflow improvements, many agile teams still end up building products and features that nobody wants.
How do you prevent that from happening? If you’re waiting to get user feedback until after your developers have deployed code, then you’re waiting way too long. But how exactly does user research fit into agile?
In this whitepaper, you'll learn how to:
Identify product issues based on hard-evidence
Test new designs or user flows within a single sprint
Validate solutions before committing development resources
This whitepaper is for VPs of Product, Directors of Product, or anyone who’s responsible for the structure and management of the agile development process at your organization.