Jeff Gothelf



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“It’s often the case that teams working in agile processes do not actually go back to improve the user interface of the software. But, as the saying goes, “it’s not iterative if you only do it once.” Teams need to make a commitment to continuous improvement, and that means not simply refactoring code and addressing technical debt but also reworking and improving user interfaces. Teams must embrace the concept of UX debt and make a commitment to continuous improvement of the user experience.”
Jeff Gothelf, Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience

“Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.”
Jeff Gothelf, Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience

“Product requirements conversations must then be grounded in business outcomes: what are we trying to achieve by building this product? This rule holds true for design decisions as well. Success criteria must be redefined and roadmaps must be done away with. In their place, teams build backlogs of hypotheses they’d like to test and prioritize them based on risk, feasibility, and potential success.”
Jeff Gothelf, Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience



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