Let’s Get Physical – The Case for Physical Agile Artifacts

by inrhythmAdmin | January 6, 2015 |  0

One of the many observations made by new agilists regards the use of paper in an agile team. Between task boards, backlogs, release plans, goals, and other formal (and informal) artifacts, there is a lot of paper used. Let’s face it: we know Post-It sales have increased with the popularity of Agile methods! A considerable […]

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InRhythm 2014 Year in Review

by inrhythmAdmin | December 30, 2014 |  0

We’ve had an incredible year here at InRhythm! We’ve expanded our UX, Front-End Engineering and Agile practices, added key people to our team and were listed in the Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Companies list for a 2nd consecutive year.    

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What UX Designers Can Learn from Gaming?

by inrhythmAdmin | December 29, 2014 |  0

Most UX professionals follow the standard practice of extensive research, reviewing competitors’ sites, conducting user tests and working with marketing to collect relevant data. These are all valid and essential components to building a great user experience, but there are other areas to explore to gain insight on usability. As a life-long gamer, I have […]

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Retrospectives Rock!

by inrhythmAdmin | December 19, 2014 |  0

I have come to believe that the Retrospective is the most important scrum ceremony, and coming from me, that is a strong statement. After all, I’ve facilitated or participated in hundreds, maybe thousands, of agile ceremonies by now. And, as a dedicated agile missionary I believe in the power of all four required Scrum Ceremonies: […]

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What Does Your Innovation Timetable Look Like?

by inrhythmAdmin | December 17, 2014 |  0

Innovation is at the heart of almost every business. Companies that can innovate quickly and frequently have significant competitive advantages, easily attract top talent and provide excellent customer experiences. However, this fairly obvious observation is easier said than done. Although most organizations agree that being able to innovate is the key factor that will stand […]

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Keeping Your Product Backlog Fresh

by inrhythmAdmin | December 16, 2014 |  0

Standard practice in agile development includes creating and maintaining a product backlog instead of a set of requirements documents. A backlog offers numerous benefits, including lightweight upkeep, high visibility for both team and stakeholders, clear prioritization, and the basis for release planning. A well-maintained backlog has the DEEP properties: Detailed appropriately, Estimated, Emergent, and Prioritized. […]

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