12 November 2014

Lean UX Principles for MVPs

By Ravi Suhag

What's the Lean UX approach and how to implement it?

Product innovation is now driven a lot by User Experience design. Because of this, UI/UX for the web has become a deliverables-based practice. Wireframes, site maps, flow diagrams, content inventories, taxonomies, mock-ups and the sacred specifications document are complicating the process and they end up consuming, and wasting a lot of time.

In this webinar, our speaker will share why Lean UX should be the approach to take while designing MVPs. Inspired by Lean and Agile development theories, Lean UX principles focus on bringing the true nature of our work to light faster, with less emphasis on deliverables and greater focus on the actual experience being designed.  During the session, our speaker will elucidate on the concept and cover different aspects, tools and methodologies of Lean UX that should be adopted for designing MVPs.

This Webinar Covers:

  • To get introduced to the Lean UX Principles
  • To improve and simplify your UI/UX workflow
  • To learn how to build quick and minimal UX solutions for MVPs
  • To get practical understanding of quick prototyping
Ravi Suhag
About Ravi Suhag

Ravi is an award-winning web architect, designer, developer, hardware hacker and entrepreneur. He started designing embedded systems and robots during his graduation days and later decided to learn to design and code. He has been working as a UI/UX designer and full-stack developer ever since.

Ravi is also a six time Hackathon champion and is the founder of three companies, with his most recent venture being Inspiration Edge.