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Streamed live on Jul 27, 2016
We always like to share success stories. How a particular project was executed successfully and how the team was appreciated. There is abundance of such case studies. The case study I am presenting is more like sharing a story about a UX project that was well executed for the outside world, but what happened behind the scene to make it a success is very interesting. Its got nothing to do with any sort of technology trends or best practices on the SDLC process. It’s about how a particular situation was handled, how people were handled, how expectations were managed, how internal conflicts were mitigated, the kind of mistakes that happened, how delivery and excellence teams impact the overall project, how subjectivity plays a role in the entire engagement. How does one adapt to a totally unknown and unchartered situation? I will also be sharing an analogy called as “The “Perpetual design”. It explains in a very visual & easy way “How every stake holder (project teams, business, and technology teams) can be convinced about the practicalities of a project.