Published on March 4, 2014
My usual process • UX -‐> Design -‐> Development -‐> QA • Controls the process and helps ﬁx costs, to a certain degree. • You don’t have the resources for this, ﬁnancial or chronological.
Your development process • “You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work back towards the technology.” -‐ Steve Jobs • Lay infrastructure that you know you’ll need. • Iterate on customer-‐facing features based on user conversaOons. • Make ﬁrm decisions. Remain ﬂexible on open quesOons, but resist the urge to go back and rethink decisions you’ve already put into pracOce.
Core development vs. QA • Asking product quesOons vs. QA quesOons. • Product quesOons: “What features do you need?” This is mostly what you have been doing. • QA quesOons involve showing completed features and looking for show-‐stopping problems: Code bugs, UX quirks, etc. The details. • Perfect is the enemy of the good.
Don’t waste Ome. • Use exisOng pieces. • Flummoxed? Stuck on code? • Find someone to help. • Find a paid resource. What’s your Ome worth? • Find a work-‐around. • Talk to me. • Don’t reinvent the wheel just for the sake of it.
IntegraOng UX • Find a way to quickly sketch and test your user experience. • You can do this in code or with wireframes, or whatever works. • Solve design problems at this stage rather that in Ome-‐consuming code. • This will also help give your project some design consistency.
Set a Omeline • A Omeline doesn’t need to be set in stone, just needs to add structure. • You have eight weeks. Ish. • Work big to small. • You might want to set aside four weeks for core development and four weeks for QA. Or something like that.
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