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UX as Science: Test, Learn, Stay Lean

UX as Science: Test, Learn, Stay Lean | Product Management | Scoop.it
Much more than designers, user experience professionals are well-suited to lead a company's customer development lab.
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Terry Patterson's curator insight, June 17, 2013 3:37 PM

Glad we're understanding more about what makes UX strategy what it is. The more designers understand this and explain it well (as in this article), the better organizations will also value the work that is done in user experience. In the future, the UX strategist will join the organization as a leader of integrated environments in order to serve customers in the best possible way and provide the value and ROI that is needed to stay competitive. 

OneSpring's comment, June 26, 2013 1:11 PM
At OneSpring, I function as UX thought leader & facilitator/producer on all engagements that I lead. Having a UX designer in place, not only project facilitator but as Client liaison as well, allows for much smoother communication of vision between my team and project stakeholders. It allows us to operate both Lean & Agile in terms of generating necessary stakeholder consensus (eg Critical Mass) for getting our visualization prototypes and translating into requirements for development. Michael Allenberg
Terry Patterson's comment, June 26, 2013 2:57 PM
Michael, sounds like a great balance. You speak about a very close integration of project management and UX strategy. I wish more web PMs aligned their work a bit more with this vision. Do you also practice project management in the sense of SOWs, human resource and risk management aspects? If so, do you mind direct message me with your answer?
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The future of human centered design

The future of human centered design | Product Management | Scoop.it

How do you approach problem solving? Does your approach always take a human-centric approach or does it embrace a more systemic view? How do the needs of the planet fit into the way you do business or just your everyday life?

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