In our industry, clients occasionally ask for a proof of concept before committing to larger projects. The POC is a fun exercise that shows the capabilities and talent of our teams, and ultimately proves that an exciting creative idea can become a reality. Recently, we were asked to do just that by a client, but with a twist: they wanted it run like a hackathon.
You don’t have to be a User Experience Designer to know the industry is flooded with its secret handshakes of academic terminology, jargon, and conflicting job titles. So what gives? Which methodology edges out the competition for the attention of the prized user? Is there a difference?
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