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5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Using the Value Proposition Canvas

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Using the Value Proposition Canvas | UXploration | Scoop.it
The Value Proposition Canvas helps you design products and services that
customers really want because it gets you to focus on what matters most to
them. You won’t find success with the tool though if you don’t learn how to
use it properly. This post highlights five of the most common and most
critical mistakes we’ve seen people make when using the Value Proposition
Canvas and provides best practices for what you should do instead.
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Raquel Oliveira's curator insight, March 30, 8:44 PM

5 enganos comuns para evitar ao utilizar a Proposta de valor do Canvas (BMG)


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The Project Canvas

The Project Canvas | UXploration | Scoop.it
Defining a project in its earliest stages is like hitting a golf ball: if the face of your club is slightly tilted , you’ll end up slicing the ball as it travels down the green. Likewise, small mis...
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Fight the dark side of Lean UX with the Experience Canvas

Fight the dark side of Lean UX with the Experience Canvas | UXploration | Scoop.it

Put simply, the Experience Canvas is your ticket to getting the strategy right, both at the start, and whenever you have the opportunity to steer your strategy. It’s inspired by Alex Osterwalder’s Business Model Canvas, and also borrows from Spark59′s Lean Canvas, which is itself a version of the Business Model Canvas optimised for lean startup operations.

The Experience Canvas is a framework for project teams of any size to ensure that the end result – whether it’s a minimum viable product (MVP), a new feature roll-out, even a process or other business initiative – is thorough, considered, user-centred and lean, without compromising on flexibility. The emphasis is on the experience to be achieved by that result; a minimum viable experience (MVE), if you will.

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