Lean UX

Lean UX

Lean UX is focused on the experience under design and is less focused on deliverables than traditional UX. It requires a greater level of collaboration with the entire team. The core objective is to focus on obtaining feedback as early as possible so that it can be used to make quick decisions. The nature of Agile development is to work in rapid, iterative cycles and Lean UX mimics these cycles to ensure that data generated can be used in each iteration.

Lean UX Process

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Vision, framing, and outcomes

Start with assumptions instead of requirements. Create and test hypotheses:

Collaborative design


MVP’s & Experiments

Feedback and research

Basically, the whole idea behind Lean UX is to be as efficient as possible. The goal is to reduce the amount of time that comes with writing the traditional UX documents and spending long hours analyzing different cases in a meeting. Instead, the team focuses on regular interactions with real customers through UX interviews and early testing.Jeff Gothelf, Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience

Design only what you need. Deliver it quickly. Create enough customer contact to get meaningful feedback fast.


The Lean UX Manifesto