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August 26, 2009

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Adrian Howard

On the Agile/UX Manifesto front you might find the things that John Schrag has written about recently http://dux.typepad.com/dux/2009/07/values-in-software-design-practice-.html or, further in the past, some of Emily Chang's writings http://emilychang.com/2006/02/the-agile-web-design-manifesto-an-introduction/ of interest.

Not in 100% agreement with either (mostly coz of of my usual dev/ux divide issues :-) but some interesting thoughts.

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