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Lean UX, Featuring Jeff Gothelf

  • Sep 2, 2014 · 6:00 PM

Welcome to, UX Book Club! This is going to be our go-to place for event information from now on. Bookmark, share, and check back often.

After getting your feedback, we have a great line-up of events and topics/books for the rest of the year. Our next event will focus on a highly requested topic: Lean UX techniques and methods.

We'll be focusing on one of the most popular books on the topic, Jeff Gothelf's Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience. Jeff has graciously offer to join our Google Hangout for this event to do a short question and answer discussion about his book. We'll use this Google Hangout to help people who can't attend still participate remotely.

We've also compiled a handful of other resources on the topic for anyone who doesn't have the time to dive into the book, below.

Buy the book:

Additional resources and articles:

The location for the event is coming soon. In the meantime, contribute your favorite UX resources and invite your friends!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I know you're just getting started with this group so pardon me if this 2 cent is premature but...I think it would help to know now / sooner what the next book might be. Or is this something that will be a group discussion at the Meetup? Point being, the more time I have to buy and consume the more likely I am to complete my "homework" and be prepared for "class" :)

    1 · July 29, 2014

    • Michael T.

      That's a great suggestion and something that came up in the feedback survey. I do have the next topic/book picked out, and was hoping to share that at the end of the next event (so everyone will have at least 1-2 months to read and prepare). I might also be able to get some copies of the book to give away at the events, too.

      July 29, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      I figured as much :) Truth be told I'm looking to do a "bookclub" myself near me (Trenton <> Princeton <> New Brunswick) but not for UX. So this catches my interest on two levels. I hope to be there next week. Thanks again.

      July 30, 2014

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