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On Dec 4 Rob Friesel wrote: Design Studio overview alone makes it worth the price
Lean UX provides a great introduction to its principles and foundational practices. If you’re already practicing Scrum, Lean UX is a natural progression. It adds a couple of excellent ideas that far outweigh the handful of nit-picky concerns that are easily flushed out with some discipline and self-learning. Design Studio alone is worth the price of admission. If you’re developing products, you want to at least have a look at Lean UX — it’s almost criminal to pack that many good ideas into a book that you can get through in an afternoon. Full Review  >

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On Nov 2 Marco Rapella wrote: Lean UX By Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden – O’Reilly Media
I had a lot of expectations on this topic because the user experience is where you see the wrecks even of the most ambitious projects. Unfortunately, I found that this book was less “lean” than his title. I’ve appreciated some interesting ideas but the title is misleading since the User Experience is more the collateral issue. Full Review  >

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On Oct 31 Martyn Mills wrote: UX Design Simplified
Lean UX by Jeff Gothelf and Jason Coleman. As a web developer professional with a degree in Creative Digital Media and having received very little education on the subject of Lean UX, I found this book to be a great practical guide for how to implement user-centric interface design, allowing me to get to grips with the entire subject in one reading. Full Review  >

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On Jan 4 Thomas Kuenneth wrote: Agile theories applied to interaction design
Lean UX is a new approach to interaction design. In his book Jeff Gothelf advises the reader to rapidly experiment with design ideas, validate them with real users and continually adjust the design based on the result of this ongoing (iterative) process. Full Review  >

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On Dec 24 Daniel Furze wrote: My review on Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience by Jeff Gothelf (O’Reilly Media, 2013).
Jeff Gothelf writes in such a friendly yet knowledgeable and trustworthy way with the use of case studies, anecdotes, diagrams and thorough explanations of Lean UX and how to start incorporating it into your workflow. Full Review  >

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On Dec 20 Christopher Maneu wrote: I think I'll buy some copies to gift them to my management.
If you want to see how to apply UX in a lean and/or agile environment, this book will certainly help you. If you want to learn "ux", move on. I also think I'll buy some copies to gift them to my management. Full Review  >

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On Jun 26 Vamshi Velagapuri wrote: Makes you re-think on your UX strategies in an agile environment
This book provides me with a good level of how to set up agile UX methodologies in an organization, and gives me enough tools to do so. Full Review  >

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On May 17 Gabriel Svennerberg wrote: Concrete tips for anyone involved in Software Development
Lean UX is an easy to digest, practical book on how to incorporate a more effective way of developing software. It provides both valuable insights and practical techniques. I highly recommend it for anyone involved in software development and by that I don’t mean just designers. I mean anyone involved. Full Review  >

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On May 14 Ahmet R. Ozturk wrote:
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On Apr 22 Rich Hephner wrote:
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On Apr 22 Mike Ridyard wrote:
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On Apr 19 Juan Jose de Leon wrote: Lean UX from Jeff Gothelf
The ideas in the book enhance the design process as a collaboration software, iterative cycle-focused on reducing waste, not design (and build) products that their customers do not want. Full Review  >

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On Apr 16 Diego Gonzalez wrote: The right book for the right time
Undoubtedly software designers should read this book. Full Review  >

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