Mar 4, 2013 · 5:00 PM
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This time we will have Lean UX guru Jeff Gothelf with us on Skype! Jeff will give us some of the secrets of how to demystify the design process using lean UX.
Jeff Gothelf has spent a 14 year career as an interaction designer, user experience team leader and blogger. He is one of the leading voices on the topic of Lean UX. In addition, Jeff is the author of the upcoming book Lean UX: Getting Out of the Deliverables Business.
If you are involved in developing an app, a website, a feature, a physical product or an idea on a piece of paper - you need to join us. We set up a UX café with two simple purposes: 1. Learn together about Lean UX while having a coffee. 2. Create an opportunity for anyone to continuously test their products and help others test their products in order to make sure we are charging in the right direction. Developing user experience cost time - and Lean UX is about spending less time going in the wrong direction and burning the fuel going in the right direction. Lean UX Café is here to promote even more successful products and businesses coming out of the Stockholm area.
1. *Speed user testing.
2. Discussion - What did we learn about our products.
- Anyone who is developing a product, website or app.
- Anyone planning to do anything of the above.
- Anyone just interested in learning more about creating a successful user experience.
What to bring (optional):
If you are developing a product, website or app, you are welcome to test it during the speed test session. Please think of one specific aspect that you would like to get some feedback on. It might be a usability aspect or something else - like figuring out if your product seem to solve a real problem, or if you need a tweak or two before it is on track.
*Speed User Testing
Two people sit together: One person is using the product / listening to the idea / using a mockup on a piece of paper or whatever. The other person (that brought the product) is leading the test. Then we rotate.
Please find some suggestions on testing over here
Welcome to join us!