ANÁLISIS DE METODOLOGÍAS ÁGILES DE DESARROLLO DE SOFTWARE CENTRADAS EN EL USUARIO: UNA GUÍA RÁPIDA PARA SU ADOPCIÓN (ANALYSIS OF USER-CENTERED AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGIES: A QUICK GUIDE TO ITS ADOPTION)

Erick Franco Gaona, Marco Bianchetti, Maria Susana Avila Garcia

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Resumen
Las metodologías de desarrollo de software se han adaptado al avance de la tecnología y a las necesidades de los usuarios. Además, el desarrollo de productos de software diseñados con un enfoque centrado en el usuario se ha considerado una prioridad para garantizar su éxito y adopción. En este trabajo se realiza una revisión bibliográfica del estado del arte para identificar las metodologías que combinan principios de desarrollo ágil de software con métodos de experiencia de usuario. Se presenta un análisis de cómo se han adaptado y adoptado los principios de diseño ágil y centrado en el usuario en el desarrollo de software, así como las experiencias y resultados reportados que destacan las ventajas y desventajas de su implementación. La finalidad es brindar una guía para la elección de la metodología dependiendo de aspectos como las características del equipo de desarrollo y el área de aplicación.
Palabra(s) Clave: Adopción de metodologías, Desarrollo ágil, Diseño centrado a usuarios, Ingeniería de Software, Metodologías ágiles.

Abstract
Software development methodologies have been adapted to the advancement of technology as well as to user needs. Furthermore, the development of user-centered designed products has been considered a priority to ensure their success and adoption. In this work, state-of-the-art literature review is carried out to identify the methodologies that combine agile software development principles with user experience methods. Then, an analysis of how agile and user-centered design principles have been adapted and adopted in software development reported experiences, and results, highlighting their implementation’s advantages and disadvantages. The aim is to provide a guide to select a methodology based on aspects, such as the characteristics of the development team and the application area.
Keywords: Adoption of methodologies, Agile development, Agile methodologies, Software Engineering, User-centered design.

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