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What design teams can learn from DevOps

The coming together of Development and Operations into ‘DevOps’ means application development is happening at a rapid pace. But isn’t it about time the teams that design the User Interfaces and Experiences for these applications to adopt Agile methodologies as well?

 

The problem with design today

According to Gartner, there were nearly 10 billion connected devices out in the world in 2017.

“That's crazy, and as a designer I can't even fathom that,” says Andrew Godfrey, Senior Design Specialist at digital product design platform InVision. “As these devices start to grow what tends to happen is that your user experience becomes less consistent.”

DevOps is making the old IT roles defunct as flexibility is prized: Six ways DevOps is changing the role of IT

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