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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction and Principles

    1. Chapter 1 Lean UX: More Important Now Than Ever Before

      1. Design Is Always Evolving
    2. Chapter 2 Principles

      1. The Foundations of Lean UX
      2. So, What Is the Definition of Lean UX?
      3. Wrapping Up
  2. Process

    1. Chapter 3 Driving Vision with Outcomes

      1. Using the Right Words
      2. Assumptions
      3. Method: Declaring Assumptions
      4. Hypotheses
      5. Getting from Problem Statement to Hypothesis
      6. Proto-Personas
      7. Moving on to Design
      8. Wrapping Up
    2. Chapter 4 Collaborative Design

      1. Collaborative Design
      2. Design Systems
      3. Collaborating with Geographically Distributed Teams
      4. Making Collaboration Work
    3. Chapter 5 Minimum Viable Products and Prototypes

      1. What Is an MVP Anyway?
      2. Creating an MVP
      3. Examples of MVPs
      4. Prototyping
      5. Wrapping Up
    4. Chapter 6 Feedback and Research

      1. Continuous and Collaborative Research
      2. Continuous Learning
      3. Making Sense of the Research: A Team Activity
      4. Monitoring Techniques for Continuous and Collaborative Discovery
      5. Wrapping Up
  3. Lean UX in Your Organization

    1. Chapter 7 Integrating Lean UX and Agile

      1. Some Definitions
      2. Staggered Sprints and Their Modern Offshoots
      3. Dual-Track Agile
      4. Exploiting the Rhythms of Scrum to Build a Lean UX Practice
      5. Participation
      6. Case Study: Knowsy (by Lane Goldstone)
      7. Beyond the Scrum Team
      8. Lean UX and Agile in the Enterprise
    2. Chapter 8 Making Organizational Shifts

      1. The Shifts
    3. Chapter 9 Case Studies

      1. Regulations and Financial Services: Lean UX at PayPal
      2. Online to Offline: Lean UX at CarMax
      3. Setting Client Expectations at a Digital Product Studio: Lean UX at ustwo
      4. Lean UX in an Agency: Changing the Way We Sell Work
      5. A Last Word