Category Archives: MVP

Why we should be removing ‘democracy’ from Design Thinking (and maybe Agile/Scrum processes too.)

This common error, is taking potential solutions and voting on them. The problem with this approach, is that it tends to cast the base concepts out the window in order to determine a solution. Continue reading

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Culturally Agnostic UX.

Designing a culturally agnostic UX. By Bob Glaser, UX Designer ©2014    When designing the UX for a MVP (minimum viable product) one of the questions you need to have on your “What I need to know list” what is … Continue reading

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Show me your UX work.

Show me your UX work – The portfolio and skill assessment in UX. By Bob Glaser ©2014 I am occasionally annoyed by the often misleading concept of the UX portfolio. The very concept of it is often paradoxical. Showing completed … Continue reading

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The necessity and risks of assumptions in UX.

By Bob Glaser ©2014 We make hundreds of assumptions every day. We have to make many of them to simply be productive. A very high percentage of them are reasonably accurate enough to meet the needs of any and every … Continue reading

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Good UX design isn’t data or experience. It’s both.

By Bob Glaser ©2014 The two primary types of the information that we use in UX design is the raw data that is quantitative and the experiential (or qualitative data.) When I was in college, one of the things I … Continue reading

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UX and the Minimum Viable Product goal: An abridged post mortem example.

By Robert R. Glaser UX Designer ©2014 Before MVP (minimum viable product) was a buzzword, it was something that I have striven for. In the past, the most common obstacle was not surprisingly the common executive decision that for any … Continue reading

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UX and the Minimum Viable Product goal: A post mortem example.

Before MVP (minimum viable product) was a buzzword, it was something that I strived for. In the past, the most common obstacle was not surprisingly the common executive decision that for any product a customer would see prior to an … Continue reading

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