Building Products People Want with Lean UX

You are part of a modern development team delivering new features like clockwork. But are you sure you’re delivering the right features? Are you relying on up-front product research practices that don’t fit with your development process?

Lean UX sits at the intersection of Lean Startup & User Experience. It’s an incremental team approach to product discovery and delivery that’s already used successfully at companies of all sizes — from startups to IBM. Tired of building products that nobody wants? Learn how Lean UX can help you deliver the features that people actually need.

Watch this video on http://oredev.org/2013/wed-fri-conference/lean-ux-building-products-people-want

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Managing Separate UX Backlogs in Agile

Agile development teams that struggle to keep track of UX work in the product backlog can utilize a separate backlog for UX. This method can help siloed teams where UX and development aren’t in direct communication. Separate UX backlogs do have pros and cons, which are discussed here.

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Improving User Experience with Human-Centered Design

This video explores the different phases of a human-centered design approach and understand how it can help your organization drive customer loyalty by enhancing your digital product. Learn how some of our past clients have made this approach their priority and dive deep into each of the five phases of a human-centered design approach.

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The 4 Pegs of Software Requirements Engineering

Bad software requirements can jeopardize projects. There is a considerable literature on software requirements, but practice is far behind: what passes for requirements in industry usually consists of a few use cases or user stories, which are useful but not sufficient for a solution. Can we fix requirements engineering (known in other circles as business […]

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