The book „Collaborative UX Design: Lean UX and Design Thinking: team based development of human-centered products“ offers you a practice-oriented overview about the basics and use of collaborative methods in user experience design.
The two authors Toni Steimle (Head of office Ergosign Switzerland AG and lecturer at the Hochschule Rapperswil) and Professor Dr Dieter Wallach (Managing Director at Ergosign GmbH and professor at the Hochschule Kaiserslautern) illustrate UX methods for collaborative teams with the help of a continuous practical example. The book builds on current concepts like design thinking and lean UX and vividly illustrates the interplay and the results of collaborative UX methods using a procedure model which is focused on the implementation of joint workshops. It addresses both practitioners and students within the field of user experience design and imparts basic knowledge in an easy and compact manner.
In the practical part, the user gets to know Tim, an experienced UX designer. Tim leads a project team which is entrusted with improving a module of a performance tracking software. The process model uses seven consistent UX workshops to illustrate the problem-solving process which the team faces during the project: scoping, synthesis, ideation, concept, prototyping, validation and last but not least MVP planning.
The book comes along with a website, which includes templates of the addressed methods, a glossary and an interview with Tim, the team leader of the practical case example. Get your copy now!
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