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A Simple Introduction to Lean UX


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Lean UX

Lean UX is a technique used when working on projects where the Agile development method is used.

When development is rapid, there's not enough time to use traditional UX techniques. Fundamentally, all forms of UX aim to deliver a great user experience, but a Lean UX differs in the way you work on a project. It is less focused on deliverables and requires a greater level of collaboration within the team.


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The need for assumptions

The need for assumptions

Lean UX isn't focused on detailed deliverables. Instead, it is focused on producing changes that improve the product in the present. In practice, you are replacing "requirements" with a "problem statement", leading to a set of assumptions that can result in a hypothesis. Assumptions are generated on a workshop basis.

It is understood that assumptions may not be correct and can change as better understanding develops. The team will prioritise assumptions by the risk they represent—the more severe the consequence, the higher the priority.


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Creating a hypothesis in Lean UX

The hypotheses created in Lean UX are designed to test our assumptions.

A simple format to create your own hypotheses.

"We believe that [......] is essential for [.....]. This will achieve [....]. We will have demonstrated this when we can measure [.....]

  • State the belief.
  • Why it is important to you.
  • Who it is important to.
  • What you expect to achieve.
  • What evidence you would need to collect to prove that your belief was correct.


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The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and Lean UX

The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and Lean UX

The MVP is building the most basic version of the concept and testing it.

The MVPs which show promise can be incorporated into further design and development rounds. This can maximise your resources as it allows for experimentation without "sacred cows."


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User research and testing

User research and testing are based on the same principles as traditional UX. But the approach is often "quick and dirty" as the results need to be delivered before the next Agile Sprint.

This means less focus on meticulously documented outputs and more focus on raw data. Responsibilities for research is also more widely spread across the team.



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Lean UX is used with projects where the Agile development method is used. This article gives a brief overview of Lean UX and enables you to head in the right direction when implementing Lean UX.


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