All software development entails risk, including the risk of developing a product which few will want, or be able, to use. The IT industry is saturated with computer software that is failing to meet users’ needs, as a result of software design being too technology-centred. We are looking at ways to condense the process and apply a shortened version to software development projects.
Andy Davies studied his first degree at Chester before undertaking his Masters degree in Interactive Digital Media; this included a study on teaching and learning technologies, specifically, bridging the gap between academia and enterprise through dynamic interactive technologies. Andy has spent time working professionally in Central London and the North-west of England working on numerous computing-related projects and is a recognised teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.