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Posted by Charles Rice
Tue, Aug 18, 2015

Over half a century ago software development used to follow the Waterfall methodology, a process that anyone who took a GCSE in ICT should be familiar with. Whilst it is a good basis to begin learning from we know that this model of step by step from beginning to end does not work, especially in today's mix of rapidly evolving technologies. This post explores why sometimes the UX (User Experience) process is still inserted into the development process in a Waterfall style, and convince you that a modern development methodology such as Agile can be adapted to accommodate the value that UX can bring to the table.

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