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Laura Coughlan

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Lean UX Principles

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Lean UX Principles

But First...

Benefits of Lean UX

  • Feeds in user feedback early & often through the design process
  • Iterative process means feedback can be implemented efficiently
  • Allows cross-functional teams to work in close collaboration

Risks of Lean UX

  • Team must understand lean principles
  • Sometimes projects need very detailed design iterations & analysis
  • Problems need to be framed — solve the right problem!

1. PRIORITISE MAKING OVER ANALYSIS

There is more value in creating the first version of an idea than spending half a day debating its merits in a conference room.'

2. PERMISSION TO FAIL

Permission to fail breeds a culture of experimentation.

Experimentation breeds creativity.

Creativity, in turn, yields innovative solutions

3. EXTERNALISING YOUR WORK

Get your ideas out of your head and into the world

New ideas get inspired by ones in progress

4.SMALL, DEDICATED, COLOCATED

Team size of no more than 10

Dedicated to 1 project

Located together for collaboration and communication

5.GOOB: THE NEW USER-CENTRICITY

GOOB= Get out of the building

Don’t debate the design in a meeting room, Get feedback from real users

6. OUTCOMES NOT OUTPUT

Reward for business outcomes, not features and services

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