UX Research: Lean Experimentation

UX Research: Lean Experimentation
UX Research: Lean Experimentation
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 36m | 292 MB

Validate your ideas faster using the lean startup methodology—a tried and true approach to rapid product development. This course provides an overview of the lean startup approach and detailed instructions for applying it to your work, no matter what sort of organization you’re in. Instructor Amanda Stockwell explains how to build an effective experiment from the start by examining the underlying assumption and priorities, how to write an effective hypothesis and conduct testing on your MVP, and how to get the most value from your experiments, whether you stay the course or pivot to another idea.

Table of Contents

1 Diving into Lean Startup experiments
2 What you should know
3 Overview of the Lean Startup approach
4 Setting the stage
5 Assumption building and prioritization
6 Writing an effective hypothesis
7 Framing your experiment
8 MVPs and experimentation techniques
9 Experimentation categories
10 Analyzing lean experiments
11 What does a pivot look like
12 Next steps