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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Anti-Patterns for Lean UX

We are going full bore on LeanUX at PayPal. This presentation just captures a lot of cautions for our teams. These anti-patterns call out bad behaviors or situations that can become bad which will stifle collaboration.
Lean UX Anti-Patterns
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What anti-patterns have you seen?

1 comment:

noluckmurphy said...

Thanks for sharing that, Bill. I urged all our small teams to take a peek at those pitfalls and got a lot of electronic "head nods."

The best analogy I can come up with to explain the cadence of our process is a 3-legged race (or 4 or 5, depending on your team size). Racers have to agree on the direction, speed, and how to "start."

In that kind of race, one person just can't blast out ahead 10 yards--it's impossible with a rope tying your legs together.

Our rope is Basecamp (research), Notable (concepts/UI mocks), HipChat, and our 5 minute daily standups.

- Kyle Murphy, Hudl