Why Agile UX
In which the author rants about webdesigners that didn't join the XXI century
The moment when I first heard about Scrum was an epiphany, almost a religious experience. I knew I was seeing the future of design (web, graphic, product, all kinds of design), since the problems faced by developers are the same that plagued designers lives for about a century. I had absolutely no doubt that Agile was something UX designers would adopt with open arms and big smiles, and had even less doubts about UX designers being adopted in the process. Well... Still today, most UX designers don’t even know what agile is and why should I care. Some of us know and care, but don’t see any need to change...
And now for something completely different: yet another Django blog tutorial
Because that's exactly what the world needs
Ok, I finally took the time to upload this blog and put to use this domain name (that thing full of consonants is my surname). There are still a zillion details to tweak on the HTML (e.g., the excessive space on the bottom of the page, or the whole responsive design thing (it is pretty buggy yet, but ok for now)). Anyway, if there is one thing I whole-heartly believe in, apart from Nicola Tesla's awesomeness, is incremental development.