Project Management

Design, develop, repeat.

It's been a while since I've started learning and integrating UX and RWD into our products.

I come from a graphic background, and my first passion when I stepped into the web development was what was then called web design. From there I’ve also been a lot into engineering and I’m currently employed as a position where front-end development has started to be deeply intertwined with visual design. UX and RWD being one of the most important movements, if you want to call them so, in getting things right.

Nonetheless I keep seeing companies and teams struggling to achieve that.
Do we just have the solution to a problem we don’t know?

Walking the Kanban way

Since I've started working in my current company, I've been researching, learning and mentoring about proper project management, while trying to find the best solution that could work within a digital agency environment.
I come from a purely Agile environment, such as SCRUM and XP, and my first steps when our team started to grow have been in that direction.

In this article I'll try to expose what had let me choose Kanban over SCRUM or XP for our digital team.