Introduction to DesOps: Design thinking as a way of life [Source: Open-Org]

A successor to DevOps would place design at the center of value creation. Call it “DesOps.”

In general, though, the tighter integration of design principles into all phases of development processes is becoming more common—something we might call “DesOps.” This mode of thinking, “Design Operations,” is a mindset that some believe might be the successor of the DevOps movement. In this article, I want to explain how open principles intersect with the DesOps movement…

 

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https://opensource.com/open-organization/18/8/introduction-to-desops

DesOps is “DevOps 2.0” [Source: RHD Blog]

 

Any typical software product that is delivered involves many complex as well as divergent technologies, processes, people, and visions. Though software delivery mostly happens with team members segmented into two major groups—developers and designers—ultimately, the best outcome always depends on how the two teams communicate with each other and how efficiently their thoughts and ideas are shared, propagated, and translated.

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https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2018/06/27/desops-is-devops-2-0/

DesOps is “DevOps 2.0”

DesOps – The Next Wave in Design [Source: RHD Blog]

DesOps, aka. DesignOps, refers to an approach to design that is inspired by the culture of DevOps. In this and the following posts, we will explore, the practical approaches for:

  • How to prepare for the next wave in design that compliments the DevOpsconcepts of a cultural shift, collaboration, and automation.
  • We will also see what solutions are available today that contribute to bringing the full circle of design in the context of the software development lifecycle.

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https://developers.redhat.com/blog/author/sdash/

DesOps Culture is Essentially a Culture of the Open Organization

Almost 18 years back, while being at a Arts collage with with specialization in Critical Theory, I was first introduced to the idea how multiple disciplines converge together, in order to make more meaningful contribution towards the areas like literature and poetry and films, which touches and excites human emotions and drive the values that our social existence depends upon. Those times, from Longinus’s Republic and Longinus’s Sublime toDerrida’s Deconstruction Theory, ignited the curiosity on how these overlapping insights can help bridging things and needs in real world…

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https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/desops-culture-essentially-open-organization-samir-dash/