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My presentation at GITPRO 2013 conference. Didn't get through all the slides...distracted by the great Q&A!

My presentation at GITPRO 2013 conference. Didn't get through all the slides...distracted by the great Q&A!

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  • History of LUXr
  • How many chances do you have to learn?
  • How do we learn? Build measure learn!
  • How do we learn? Go backwards!
  • This is not learning. Our job is learn about the human being, in a certain context, with a problem.
  • This is not learning.
  • This is learning.
  • on page 11 of your facilitator guide, you’ll find a description of the LUXr Meta Patterns - these are patterns of work, rituals, that we use throughout the bento boxes. What patterns did you find helpful and could see bringing back to your own team?
  • What is an MVP?
  • Qualitative data makes Quantitative data actionable
  • History of LUXr

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  • 1. Tristan Kromer LUXr.co @TriKroLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 2. About LUXrLUXr provides practical, hands-on tools for entrepreneursaround the world. LUXr helps startups deliver products thatcustomers want, need and love to buy.Janice Fraser, Founder & CEO LUXr • 3435 Cesar ChavezJason Fraser, Co-Founder & Operations Lead San Francisco, CA • 94110Kate Rutter, Co-Founder & Designer info@luxr.co • http://luxr.co • twitter: @luxrcoLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 5. Applying Lean Startup Thinking andBuilding Lean Startup Leadership
  • 6. What is a startup?LUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 8. Cash on Hand = Runway Burn RateLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 9. Time ≠ ProgressLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 10. One Month Runway Two Year Runway > One Day One Year Iterations IterationsLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 11. Cash on Hand = Runway Burn RateLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 12. # of iterations = RunwayLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 14. What is a lean startup?LUXR.CO April 2013
  • 15. “A startup is a human institution design to create something new under conditions of extreme uncertainty.” - Eric RiesLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 16. I don’t knowLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 22. A real exampleLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 23. Describe the customerLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 26. Early PrototypeLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 29. Test with an MVPLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 36. Test with another MVPLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 43. The latest version?LUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 46. Minimum Viable ProductLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 48. “...that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort” - Eric RiesLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 52. Customer DiscoveryLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 53. Talk to the humans!LUXR.CO April 2013
  • 54. Why bother?LUXR.CO April 2013
  • 55. I have data!LUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 57. A real exampleLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 61. Clicks ≠ EngagementLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 62. Data ≠ InformationLUXR.CO April 2013
  • 63. Qualitative Data makes Quantitative DataACTIONABLELUXR.CO April 2013
  • 64. Quantitative vs. Qualitative Do people use it? How should I design the new one? Which is better? Why won’t people use it? Did we do the right thing? What’s wrong with this? Are these results good? How could I make this better? Are we making progress? Why do people do that? What do people love about it? How can I improve conversion? Why is there dropoff? What do they think this should do? CLOSED questions OPEN questionsLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 66. User Experience is... A person’s perceptions and responses that result from the use or anticipated use of a product, service or system. product UI UX via Ed Lea: http://design.org/blog/difference-between-ux-and-ui-subtleties-explained-cerealLUXR.CO April 2013
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  • 69. About LUXrLUXr provides practical, hands-on tools for entrepreneursaround the world. LUXr helps startups deliver products thatcustomers want, need and love to buy.Janice Fraser, Founder & CEO LUXr • 3435 Cesar ChavezJason Fraser, Co-Founder & Operations Lead San Francisco, CA • 94110Kate Rutter, Co-Founder & Designer info@luxr.co • http://luxr.co • twitter: @luxrcoLUXR.CO April 2013