November 30th, 2011
“As we practice Lean UX, it becomes a mindset. It becomes a way of thinking about our development and design process.” That’s what Jeff Gothelf said to me when I asked him to explain all this fuss about Lean UX.
As our clients are moving to more rapid development processes, like Agile’s Scrum, their design teams are looking for ways to infuse their UX work into the process. My recent research shows that Lean UX is one way to get there and it’s getting lots of traction through out the UX community.
In this week’s UIEtips, I discuss what’s been happening to our design processes and why I think Lean UX has real potential to change the way we approach our work. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.
Read the article: Is There Any Meat on This Lean UX Thing?
As an extra bonus, coming up on Wednesday, December 7, we’ve invited Jeff Gothelf to talk about how he’s using it to get his company, The Ladders, out of the deliverables business. If you’re working in Agile or another fast-moving environment and want to know core essential techniques for good design, you won’t want to miss this virtual seminar. Read the details.
What’s your take on Lean UX? Is it something you’ve been working with? How has it helped you? Share your thoughts below.Tweet