A lot has happened since 2007 when Desiree Sy and Lynne Miller published “Adapting Usability Investigations for Agile User Centered Design. Many people who were influenced by that paper created related material under the terms “agile ux” “agile experience design” “balanced team” and “lean ux.” If you’re interested in learning more about the influences and thinking behind “Lean UX” as it evolved, check out some of the presentations from the people below:
I’m pleased and honored that Tomer Sharon @tsharon asked me to participate in his video project in support of his new book “It’s Our Research.” In this short video, we interview each other about the following topics:
(00:24) How can we covert traditional research techniques to be more quick, visual, collaborative and continuous?
(03:12) Is it harder to get permission for generative or evaluative research?
(06:24) How do entrepreneurs change when they understand and implement design thinking and research?
(08.49) How can teams get to “difficult” users (non consumer/specialists like doctors, brokers)
(12:50) Some UX practitioners feel threatened when non-UX people get involved, what’s your take on this?
(15:06) What do you do if you are forbidden by your organization to talk to users?