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GIS Industry

VDGIF worked with Timmons Group to update a legacy web application created several years ago titled “Find Game”. The project was managed as an agile design process. Our team used agile techniques to help in the design process presenting various “iterations” of wireframes for the VDGIF product owner to review. This enabled us to focus on high-priority needs and put lower priorities into the backlog.VDGIF worked with Timmons Group to update a legacy web application created several years ago titled “Find Game”. The project was managed as an agile design process. Our team used agile techniques to help in the design process presenting various “iterations” of wireframes for the VDGIF product owner to review. This enabled us to focus on high-priority needs and put lower priorities into the backlog.

Make Agile Work for You: Six Practices for Location Based App Development

This article takes a look at the Agile process in use at Timmons Group which focuses on six practices: adaptive planning, iterative development, early delivery, continuous improvement, rapid and flexible response to change, and promoting teamwork.

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Waterfall versus project management. Figure from LTER.Waterfall versus project management. Figure from LTER.

Defining Waterfall and Agile GIS Project Management Styles

Lowell Ballard, the Director of Geospatial Solutions for Timmons Group, takes a look at effectively engaging clients for GIS projects.  In this article, he examines “waterfall” and “agile” in the context of client engagement.   All projects need successful communication in order to develop properly and meet clients’ expectations. Keeping clients […]