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Designing with Lean UX : Rapid Product Design (Handouts only)  [UX Lisbon 2014] Designing with Lean UX : Rapid Product Design (Handouts only) [UX Lisbon 2014] Presentation Transcript

  • UX LIsbon : Designing with Lean UX Workshop : June 04, 2014 http://luxr.co @luxrco © 2014 Handouts Design a product in 3 hours Designing with Lean UX
  • UX LIsbon : Designing with Lean UX Workshop : June 04, 2014 http://luxr.co @luxrco © 2014 • Experiments • Validated learning • Reduce waste Lean Startup Customer Development • make products customers want Agile Development • Iteration & incremental releases Lean Manufacturing • Reduce waste Startup: a human institution designed to create a new product or service under conditions of extreme uncertainty.
  • UX LIsbon : Designing with Lean UX Workshop : June 04, 2014 http://luxr.co @luxrco © 2014 Features Users Uses Product Needs Company Purpose sketches, prototypes, pixels UI BUILD MEASURE LEARN UX Stack + Lean Startup
  • UX LIsbon : Designing with Lean UX Workshop : June 04, 2014 http://luxr.co @luxrco © 2014 Use basic supplies: sharpies, stickynotes and white paper Dump & sort & 2x2 organizing Go wide, then decide Generate independently, discuss as a team. (3 people ideal) Work at the wall Quiet read (before discussion) Sketch (especially of people) Share info with Information radiators Timebox (speed kills the censor) Quick decisionmaking (dot vote, stack-rank) Techniques Checklist
  • The Molecule people problem solution have addresses use Product name date / /
  • Facts Needs & Goals Behaviors Persona date / /
  • With _________________ , _________________ can... Value Proposition 6-up Sketches date / /
  • With can... , Value Proposition date / /
  • feature feature feature MVP Features date / / To deliver on that, we will build these features:
  • metric by Goal / / Notes Metrics Dashboard date / / To assess progress, we will measure these metrics: metric by Goal / / Notes metric by Goal / / Notes
  • UX LIsbon : Designing with Lean UX Workshop : June 04, 2014 http://luxr.co @luxrco © 2014 11 a great metric... ...makes you look at all the other metrics and say “none of those other numbers matter if we donʼt get this right first.” a good metric... ...measures the usage of the product by a person. The usage should be specific to features that deliver value to the user. Making metrics actionable vanity good betterunhelpful total number of registered users % of users who share a task 3+ times a day, per week sign-ups awesome % of users who sign in 3+ times a day, per week % of new users per week Does the metric begin with a number? • “number of...” [ # ] • “average number of...” [avg ] • “percent of...” [ % ] Is there a time basis? Is it comparative? • “per week” [ ___/wk ] • “per month” [ ___/mo] Is there an object basis? * not required, but super-helpful • “per user” [ ___/user] • “per user per week” (fancy!) 1 Metrics Check 2 3
  • UX LIsbon : Designing with Lean UX Workshop : June 04, 2014 http://luxr.co @luxrco © 2014 Further Reading