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Can you explain what UX really mean? Is it; how the app should look like in a brochure? Or is it; how or what the app is made out of? Why is hard to design mobile apps? Is there a way to make everyone's life easy when building mobile apps? Let's have a look at some of the lean a

Can you explain what UX really mean? Is it; how the app should look like in a brochure? Or is it; how or what the app is made out of? Why is hard to design mobile apps? Is there a way to make everyone's life easy when building mobile apps? Let's have a look at some of the lean a

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  1. 1. Fake it. Make it. Ship it. Lean UX to design winning mobile apps Kosala Nuwan Perera @kosalanuwan
  2. 2. Question … Can you explain what UX is?
  3. 3. UX is not about #1 … How it looks like in brochures …
  4. 4. UX is not about #2 … How or what it made out of …
  5. 5. It’s about the “experience” that it gives you … Image used with permission
  6. 6. Mobile is less forgiven than web if you do it wrong … Image used without permission of any sort
  7. 7. Touch screen’s Thumb zones
  8. 8. Now we call it OW zones
  9. 9. Sign in Choose Pay Go Join for a course basic example CodeCamp 1 2 3 4
  10. 10. Question … How do you know if it’s usable?
  11. 11. Quality assurance Engineering Visual design Interaction design UX is everyone’s responsibility …
  12. 12. Sign in Choose Pay Go Simple enuf Aesthetics Combined sources Accurately Singularity 1 2 3 4
  13. 13. Sign in Choose Pay Go Complex Not readable Not reliable Too slow Do it yourself 1 2 3 4
  14. 14. Question … But, how can you know if it’s usable?
  15. 15. Feedback loop Learning as fast as possible! Image used without permission of any sort
  16. 16. Lean UX by Jeff Gothelf Read this book!
  17. 17. Shorter version … Do it in a cheaper, smarter, faster way …
  18. 18. Solving 80% of the original problem for 20% of the effort is a major win!
  19. 19. Instafind Testing usability w/ paper prototyping Image used without permission of any sort
  20. 20. Keynotopia Testing usability w/ interactive wireframing Image used without permission of any sort
  21. 21. Everything’s an MVP! Single featured MVP, Wizard of Oz, Fake doors, …
  22. 22. Google Dropbox Single featured MVP
  23. 23. Yeetup Wizard of Oz for behind the curtain peeps …
  24. 24. Approve.ly Fake Doors to build unknown, and fake the rest …
  25. 25. Approve.ly Fake it before you make it … Image used without permission of any sort
  26. 26. Sign in Choose Pay Go Join for a course Fake Door CodeCamp 1 2 3 4
  27. 27. Fake it. Make it. Ship it. Kosala Nuwan Perera @kosalanuwan

Editor's Notes

  • When different teams saying different set of problems how do you know which one to fix?
  • When different teams saying different set of problems how do you know which one to fix?
  • When different teams saying different set of problems how do you know which one to fix?
  • Mr. tappy is one cool way to do usability testing. It records what user is doing and later you can playback to see the where user was struggling.
  • Mr. tappy is one cool way to do usability testing. It records what user is doing and later you can playback to see the where user was struggling.
  • Many usability test methods; Hallway testing, remote usability testing, expert review, A/B testing or Split testing are the famous approaches for the problem.
  • Many usability test methods; Hallway testing, remote usability testing, expert review, A/B testing or Split testing are the famous approaches for the problem.
  • Rolf Molich is an expert when it comes to UX. He did some experiments to establish some standards.
  • When different teams saying different set of problems how do you know which one to fix?
  • Many usability test methods; Hallway testing, remote usability testing, expert review, A/B testing or Split testing are the famous approaches for the problem.
  • Rolf Molich is an expert when it comes to UX. He did some experiments to establish some standards.
  • Rolf Molich is an expert when it comes to UX. He did some experiments to establish some standards.
  • When different teams saying different set of problems how do you know which one to fix?
  • Did a usability test of the same solution with 19 different teams and they came up with 300+ usability problems. Out of those 230+ were reported just once. Now there are 3 conclusions based on these findings.
  • But, don’t panic!
  • Rolf Molich is an expert when it comes to UX. He did some experiments to establish some standards.
  • When different teams saying different set of problems how do you know which one to fix?
  • When different teams saying different set of problems how do you know which one to fix?
  • Mr. tappy is one cool way to do usability testing. It records what user is doing and later you can playback to see the where user was struggling.
  • Mr. tappy is one cool way to do usability testing. It records what user is doing and later you can playback to see the where user was struggling.
  • Mr. tappy is one cool way to do usability testing. It records what user is doing and later you can playback to see the where user was struggling.
  • Mr. tappy is one cool way to do usability testing. It records what user is doing and later you can playback to see the where user was struggling.
  • Rolf Molich is an expert when it comes to UX. He did some experiments to establish some standards.
  • When different teams saying different set of problems how do you know which one to fix?
  • There are other ways to test usability;
    Expert reviews – mostly a scientific approach to check if the ui design adheres to certain pre-defined usability guidelines.
    In order to automate usability testing, the automating expert reviews that are based on heuristics and design guidelines is better approach and will add many benefits as well;
    Jackob Nielson’s 10 usability heuristics.
    UI design guidelines, we also call it a theme.
  • There are other ways to test usability;
    Expert reviews – mostly a scientific approach to check if the ui design adheres to certain pre-defined usability guidelines.
    In order to automate usability testing, the automating expert reviews that are based on heuristics and design guidelines is better approach and will add many benefits as well;
    Jackob Nielson’s 10 usability heuristics.
    UI design guidelines, we also call it a theme.
  • There are other ways to test usability;
    Expert reviews – mostly a scientific approach to check if the ui design adheres to certain pre-defined usability guidelines.
    In order to automate usability testing, the automating expert reviews that are based on heuristics and design guidelines is better approach and will add many benefits as well;
    Jackob Nielson’s 10 usability heuristics.
    UI design guidelines, we also call it a theme.
  • Mr. tappy is one cool way to do usability testing. It records what user is doing and later you can playback to see the where user was struggling.
  • Mr. tappy is one cool way to do usability testing. It records what user is doing and later you can playback to see the where user was struggling.
  • Rolf Molich is an expert when it comes to UX. He did some experiments to establish some standards.

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