JEFF GOTHELF LEAN UX PDF

To gain a fuller understanding of the Lean UX and the full process, pick up a copy of Lean UX and read it for yourself. To create good outcomes, Lean UX shifts away from what designers think is required of a product to their assumptions. Assumptions are simply your belief or expectation based on what you know about your users. Yes, these are filled with risk and can be outright wrong.

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This is a rare book that is information dense, yet which does not allow that information density to compromise readability. This may sound like a petty detail, but I suspect that it would be hard for someone not as versed in the concepts as the authors to sell the concept based on those The concrete, concise way the authors describe how to implement Lean UX in various environments compensates for this, but since the book started out with an overview of principles, I was initially concerned about how the rest of the book would go.

Ignoring my concern about the laundry list of principles, the book will be useful to managers, UX designers and developers and anyone wondering how UX can work in an agile environment. Since user experience is such a central part of the product definition it will also be useful to anyone who simply wants a better understanding of agile product development. Very practical, gives actual exercises and templates. Lots of examples and organized well.

It has several gold pages delineating questions a designer should ask of any project and quite a few golden principles for people going into UX. Four stars because there were some pages in there that had a needlessly heavy number of pages for what they were- things like "every get 30 seconds to write on a whiteboard and hold it up! I was also disappointed in the lack of UX prototypical examples before and after, in particular , especially because of how amazing he said he did in several of his projects.

Back it up and annotate your design specs, please! GR has a spot-on rating.

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Start free Blinkist trial Upgrade to Premium Read or listen now Synopsis Lean UX is a guide to applying lean principles to interactive design workspaces. Key idea 1 of 7 The three foundational principles of Lean UX are design thinking, agile software development and lean startup. Do you ever see the designers that work for your company? If your business is like most, it likely keeps the design team separate from everyone else, which means that they work in their own little bubble.

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Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience

This is a rare book that is information dense, yet which does not allow that information density to compromise readability. This may sound like a petty detail, but I suspect that it would be hard for someone not as versed in the concepts as the authors to sell the concept based on those The concrete, concise way the authors describe how to implement Lean UX in various environments compensates for this, but since the book started out with an overview of principles, I was initially concerned about how the rest of the book would go. Ignoring my concern about the laundry list of principles, the book will be useful to managers, UX designers and developers and anyone wondering how UX can work in an agile environment. Since user experience is such a central part of the product definition it will also be useful to anyone who simply wants a better understanding of agile product development.

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