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Lean UX at Work at TheLadders

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This is the short talk I gave at the beginning of the June 2nd, 2011 meeting of the NYC Agile Experience Design meetup. It is meant to give context to the panel discussion which followed. That …

This is the short talk I gave at the beginning of the June 2nd, 2011 meeting of the NYC Agile Experience Design meetup. It is meant to give context to the panel discussion which followed. That consisted of 4 non-designers (dev, product, qa) giving their POV on Lean UX. The full video of that talk is here: http://www.vimeo.com/24638334

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  • Marrying agile and ux had traditionally ended up like this…..and, unfortunately, this was no different for us in our first attempts.
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    • 1. Lean UX in practice at TheLadders
      High five!
      Agile Experience Design Meetup – June 2nd, 2011, NYC
    • 2. We’re hiring!
      Designers, developers and more…
      Job site for professionals earning $100k or more and the recruiters/employers looking to hire them.
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 3. Our first attempts at merging Agile and UX..well…
      Where others had failed, so did we
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 4.
    • 5. So we iterated the process
      Again and again.
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
      http://lauriesims.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/repeat.jpg
    • 6. We learned (at least) two big things…
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 7. 1. Solve problems together
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 8. Problem-statement focus
      Not features
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/mims/326748812/sizes/l/
    • 9. Solve the problem together
      As opposed to implementing someone else’s solution
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/mims/326748812/sizes/l/
    • 10. 2. Focus on experiences, not deliverables
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 11. Lean UX
      Inspired by Lean Startup and Agile development theories, it’s the practice of bringing the true nature of our work to light faster, with less emphasis on deliverables and greater focus on the actual experience being designed.
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 12. It goes a little something like this…
      Initially focused on just the UX folks
      Prototype
      Concept
      Validate Internally
      Test Externally
      Learn from user behavior
      Iterate
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 13. The only thing being removed is waste.
      You leave that stuff laying around and it starts to stink!
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/mims/326748812/sizes/l/
    • 14. Example of Lean UX at work
      Beginning sketch
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 15. Example of Lean UX at work
      Photoshop hack
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 16. Example of Lean UX at work
      Visual design
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
    • 17. Example of Lean UX at work
      Live site
      #LeanUX | @jboogie
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/mims/326748812/sizes/l/
    • 18. Let’s meet the team…
      Formed to solve the Connections problem
      Ben Burton
      Software Developer
      Greg Jones
      Software Developer
      Matt Gundel
      QA Engineer
      Adrian Jank
      Product Manager
      @adrianjank
      @bjburton

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