Extreme programming vs. interaction design

  • Nelson E
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Abstract

Kent Beck is known as the father of "extreme programming," a process created to help developers design and build software that effectively meets user expectations. Alan Cooper is the prime proponent of interaction design, a process with similar goals but different methodology. We brought these two visionaries together to compare philosophies, looking for points of consensusand points of irreconcilable difference.

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Nelson, E. (2002). Extreme programming vs. interaction design. FTP Online. Retrieved from http://www.id-book.com/downloads/beck_vs_cooper_debate.pdf

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