A non-technical design guide for development professionals
Designing the old way was a bloated process that could involve four months of discovery, annotating scores of wireframes with review notes and the massive budget to match. Something had to give.
Born out of the necessity to create more value for the end users without increasing hour allocations or project spend, lean UX helps condense the process delivering working software in as little as 4 weeks. Particularly good for startups or innovation accelerators, lean UX uses an iterative approach to visualize and deliver. From time to investment dollars to sanity, lean UX saves big. Learn from our design and delivery teams.
- How lean UX differs from the historical design process
- Why lean UX can save your team time and budget
- The 6-step process that shapes lean UX
- How the methodology frees your designers to focus on experience
- Who to gather feedback from in running a lean UX project
- How to set up KPIs and measure design success
- How to run a storyboarding exercise
- The best methods for discovery
- The best places to find mobile/web UX patterns
- The benefits of lean UX