Grokking Lean UX
I was tidying up my study last week and stumbled across my copy of the Lean UX book. It’s a pretty quick read, so I thought I’d go through it again. I’m glad I did, because something struck me that I missed the first time round.
Lean UX is not just about UX.
I was first introduced to Lean UX on a course that Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden gave in London in 2012. I was already familiar with Lean in the context of manufacturing and software development, but not so much in the context of UX. Like many developers I was familiar with a process where the Design would come down the mountain etched in granite. If there were any changes to the Design, the whole process would kick off again and we would find ourselves back at the foot of the mountain. The agile software development process existing within a larger waterfall one. I had this baggage in tow during my first experience of Lean UX. As
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