O’Reilly is on the road and coming to Boston! On October 13th, Design Sprint & Lean UX authors will be sharing tactical experiences, case studies, and best practices.
Join us to meet, learn, and share ideas with O'Reilly authors. Network with fellow members of the design community, and score some O'Reilly Design books and swag over drinks and snacks in our Boston office.
Registration closes Oct. 7 so reserve your spot now!
C Todd Lombardo, author, Design Sprint: A Practical Guidebook for Building Great Digital Products
Jeff Gothelf & Josh Seiden, coauthors, Lean UX: Designing Great Products with Agile Teams
RSVP—Limited seats available
Now what? After your Design Sprint - C. Todd Lombardo
Many teams have tried a design sprint and end up with a question on their minds: "OK, what's next?" Some teams want to integrate design sprints into their current workflow yet struggle to match up the design sprint with their agile sprints. This talk will use real life examples of successes and failures to highlight best practices for implementing the design sprint approach to product development.
Ask Alexis: A Lean UX case study - Josh Seiden
Come hear the story of Ask Alexis, a new kind of advice service for men. Learn why the Ask Alexis team chose to use an SMS-based approach, what was great about it, what wasn't so great about it, and how we used Lean UX to create this surprise viral hit. But wait, there's more: come hear what happens when your goofy little idea goes viral, and stay for the surprise ending...
Almost everything I’ve learned from 5 years of Lean UX - Jeff Gothelf
Since the idea first percolated in 2010 through to its current state as a permanent hashtag on Twitter, Lean UX has created a new way of looking at how we design products and services. Equally as important, it has created a new way to look at working together with our colleagues in product management, software engineering, marketing, and executive leadership.
Have the countless, conferences, articles, blog posts, books and presentations made a difference? Has Lean UX made a difference? How have the ideas evolved since 2010?
In this talk, Jeff Gothelf, coauthor of Lean UX, will recap his learnings from practitioner to author to teacher of Lean UX and the teams trying to adopt it. What has worked? What hasn’t? Why? Where are things now and where are they headed? This tactical talk will cover all that and more.