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This is an updated edition of the original title that was published in 2018, with additional chapters, revised content. DesOps (aka. DesignOps) is an approach to design, inspired by the culture of DevOps. At the fundamental level, DesOps is not about introducing new models or process in the enterprise, rather, it is about orchestrating Design Thinking, Lean Methodologies and UCD models & other best practices of the industries along with modern technologies to understand, create and deliver value.
The "DesOps Enterprise" is more than a belief system (like the Open Organization or the Agile Organization), that takes strength from the foundation of DesOps. The DesOps Enterprise is about how to empower the enterprise or the organization with the right culture, processes, and ecosystems to support design-driven process and data-driven decision making with agility and speed to conceptualize and deliver great products.
The first volume of this 3 part series, deals with DesOps (aka. DesignOps) as an approach to design, inspired by the culture of DevOps and explores the cultural aspect to implement successful design-driven organization. This book touches upon modern approach to design, as a creative process, spanning across the whole gamut of disciplines like Product Management, Marketing Management, Market & User Research, Interaction Designing, Information Architecture, Quality Assurance, Product/Service Strategy, and Delivery etc.
Samir Dash has many years of experience in design, usability, interaction design and information architecture working across products and service organizations like Samsung, Dell, IBM, Cisco, and Xerox. His is also a blogger who presents a view on the future of Design Operations (DesignOps) across organizations and industries. Samir also actively writes and speaks at various engagements on different aspects of the future of design systems through building a ‘semantic and open design-system’ and associated ontologies for the future of design-related automation and machine learning domains.