Building Better Architecture with UX-Driven Design

How do you avoid the dreaded "this is not what we asked for" and ensure customer satisfaction when building a new system?

In this webinar, Dino Esposito demonstrates a top-down methodology, sometimes mistaken for plain common sense and often boldly ignored, called UX-Driven Design (UXDD).

UXDD means coming to a visual agreement with customers by using wireframing tools to iterate on sketches of the new system before building it. Then, rather than building the system from the data model, you proceed in a top-down fashion instead. The resulting system may be slow or even inefficient but it will never be the “wrong” system! In addition, UXDD leads to clarity on a few of today’s most popular patterns that are sometimes difficult to understand like CQRS and Event Sourcing.

You will learn:

An introduction to Wireframing tools
Proven ways to save on post-first deployment costs
Insights into better customer relationships
Better focus on development without 'analysis paralysis'



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