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Fixing Bad UX Designs by Lisandra Maioli

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Lean UX Canvas

You can also use the Lean UX Canvas, created by Jeff Gothelf (medium.com/@jboogie):

Lean UX Canvas
  1. Business Problem: What business have you identified that needs help?
  1. Business Outcomes (changes in customer behavior): What changes in customer behavior will indicate that you have solved a real problem in a way that adds value to your customers?
  1. Users and Customers: What types of users and customers should you focus on first?
  1. User Benefits: What are the goals that your users are trying to achieve? What is motivating them to seek out your solution? (for example, do better at my job or get a promotion).
  1. Solution ideas ...

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