Development management + UX, UI = in one product, is it possible?

Good day,
the issue I believe will affect many (if not all) of the people involved in the development MANAGEMENT of it projects.

Recently participated in the development of several it projects with multiple project teams and have experience in a wide range of software products ( Adobe, Axure, Atlassian, Trello, Slack.. ) TK all work differently and by and large, who than used, those in different environments. For anybody not a secret that the management of the it team, in addition to the analysis of requirements in any project fundamentally solves TWO problems -
  • web development (code)
  • interface design (ux, ui)

And the question is - have you ever shown someone a product in which it is possible to manage the project, including for the above mentioned areas from a single center, a single software product? Thus increasing the efficiency of the process.

If Yes, examples in the Studio!
June 10th 19 at 14:34
2 answers
June 10th 19 at 14:36
It's not one product, it's a whole class of systems called Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). The point is, on a common platform (or common database), or closely integrated with specific tools, organized the development process from the stage of collecting initial requirements to the stage of the operation and maintenance of the complete solution.

Another thing, how much each of the ALM systems convenient/suitable/available in each case - that is always the big question. ALM under web development I have not met, usually it is some universal solution.

The main reason is I see the isolation of the stages of production. Usually formed separately from the TK separately and someone there created UI/UX, and then separately something all these fancy implementerade and then someone is all supported.

Single center of interest only from the point of view of management (one or two participants in this whole process). So far no major company-software developer has not proposed a solution that would satisfy all of the diversity that prevails in web development. And if so, then one way is the integration of separate tools into a common solution, and do basically everything.

By the way, there is also a positive example is Siemens PLM. One manufacturer to SLE, used in industrial manufacturing (airplanes, cars, railway facilities, etc.). In this segment, it's different, because everything is highly regulated and the ultimate by rather working on the system, not adjusts/selects something for themselves.
June 10th 19 at 14:38
Thanks for Your answer !

Single center of interest only from the point of view of management (one or two participants in this whole process)

absolutely true, but it is these participants (customers) are the most interested parties, they give money and risk that they need such a tool. At the moment I speak from the customer (a big project, a lot of cross-commands) and very acutely aware of this inverted pyramid.

There is a significant lack of acceptance of management decisions and the lack of tools. Strange, but it turns out that in the market so no one has offered a similar integration..
I may not really understand what is in question here: "no one offered such Integrati...". This question he is not in the competence of the vendor, and the responsibility of the customer/consultant. If you need to resolve this issue, you need assistance of consultants in this matter who know the vendors, their capabilities, solve similar problems and be able to answer questions about what is possible and what will be. - trevion96 commented on June 10th 19 at 14:41

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