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In this insightful book, leading advocate Jeff Gothelf teaches you valuable Lean UX principles, tactics, and techniques from the ground up—how to rapidly experiment with design ideas, validate them with real users, and continually adjust your design based on what you learn. Inspired by Lean and Agile development theories, Lean UX lets you focus on the actual experience being designed, rather than deliverables.
This book shows you how to collaborate closely with other members of the product team, and gather feedback early and often. Lean UX shows you how to make this change—for the better.
Dobb’s Journal as the best book of the year. The publication’s panel of judges chose five notable books, published during a month period ending June 30, that every serious programmer should read. Ensure that every member of your team is present during brainstorming for new projects.
Give your teams problems to solve, not solutions to implement. The outcome will be a far more efficient and productive team creating higher quality products and experiences. Introduce the team to sketching in order to help them visualize their ideas and come to a consensus. Get to a product experience as quickly as possible.
Use prototypes of varying fidelities to get a sense of what your product’s experience will be and validate that with customers to ensure you’re headed down the right path.
The Lean UX Canvas
Pair your developers and designers: Have developers and designers pair up to create the user interfaces. Each will learn from the other and build the trust necessary for greater team collaboration and productivity.
Create a style guide: Codify your design elements in pattern libraries and code repositories so creating new pages and workflows in your product is as easy as picking the pieces from the style guide.
It also allows the team to quickly piece together experiences for prototypes and jevf your developers to build interfaces without constant review with the UX designer.
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How to apply UX should be a fairly obvious extension of Eric’s ideas. Not a UX person but are interested in learning about Lean UX – by all means, this is a good start to appreciate what is needed. Unfortunately, I found most of the ideas very much surface thinking.
I am sure these guys made a conscious choice to stay at the surface to appeal to a wider audience, but I wanted deeper understanding of the tradeoffs and obstacles companies will lan.
A least they captured their ideas in a book that could be read in one sitting.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This is a great introduction for UX specialists in Lean. Based on experience from the trenches the author adequately explains the paradigm shift from a cooperative attitude to a collaborative environment.
The book contains valuable lessons in regards to Lean UX foundation, principles and processes. I especially liked the link to the Scrum framework because this is what most teams nowadays use. I deducted one star because of: Overall a good read to understand that we need to be team players.
Really straightforward easy to understand with great real-life examples and photos of how other companies, including some huge ones like PayPal, meetup. Takes a lot of pressure off of designers and creates a more team-effort feel which is both scary as I am a designer used to working in my little cave and exciting. I rated 4 stars and not 5 because I would have liked some more detailed how-to’s for the entire process, and not just the concepts.
Like how to include everyone throughout while battling with their time and availability for their primary jobs, how to make executive decisions when needed without being a hero or breaking the process. When changes are too small to have meetings and collaboration over, etc. I will be implementing this next month across the company and cities and am excited and a little sweaty to do it.
Lean UX: Applying lean principles to improve user experience | Jeff Gothelf
But I’ll still need to carry extra deodorant as I get started. Even though I am not directly involved in the UX world, most of our projects have at least one or more UX resources involved. Being a Scrum person in terms of execution, I’ve always struggled with how to best incorporate those UXers into the mix. This book not only lays out a much “leaner” approach than the typical User Centered Design UCD process, but gives real world examples on what this looks like in terms of a project setting.
It opened my eyes to cross functional teams where the UX resource will become more of a facilitator and the developers could easily assist with being yx assistants, scribes, and partnering with the UXers. It has spawned my interest in how I can better assist in reducing documentation and fixating on the end product.
Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience by Jeff Gothelf
As you would expect for a book advocating a Lean approach the book itself is lean with about pages of content. It packs a lot of ideas, guidelines, approach and examples into those pages. Although I would prefer more examples – included a start to finish one – it would be hypocritical to be more wordy as many books do quantity vs.
In other words, if you cannot describe a lean approach in a lean manner then are you really a lean practitioner? This book can live on as jef reference for projects – being re-usable.
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