• UX: Learn to Design Great Products for a Better User Experience

  • By: Steven Branson
  • Narrated by: Chad Shoppa
  • Length: 3 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (34 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

UX principles have become fundamentals to everyone who wants to take design to a higher level.

With this audiobook, you can start to learn to design great products for better user experience.

In this audiobook, you will find:

  • How much is important the user experience for great product success?
  • What are the fundamentals of user experience design?
  • What is the correct methodology and strategies to apply for development a great user experience?
  • Different UX approach: Lean UX vs Agile UX
  • What does UX mean for companies and why is it useful for them?
  • What are the benefits that it can generate?
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High level and theoretical

Seeing more than 100 ratings with average score of 5, it was as disappointment for me. Main reasons:

- I feels like "dry" theory with very little color and examples of how things do not go in practice as expected by theory
- The material is presented in a robotic way like a it was an operating manual
- Some practical use cases that are given, are a bit hard to follow - e.g. again why something was done and why it was good or bad and what mistakes people usually make
- There are quite a lot of industry basics - e.g. regarding project management as such - if you want to get more budget you have to justify it.

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Unimpressed

Written and read like a robot, awkward English. Felt forced and too scripted. Made UX seem confusing to a vet.

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Nothing new, poor performance

If you work in industry for 3-5 years and never heard of ux maybe its a book for you. But if you know what ux is and already applying then you will not get any new information.

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Nailed it!

This audio book just Nailed it! ITS REALLY easy to understand all the points and improve.

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Just What I Was Looking For

this audio book was Just What I Was Looking For to improve my design skilss. thanks a lot

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Great resource

What a great resource! I can't wait to use some of these ideas to expand and improve our design of products.

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An essential resource for product managers

This is a design audio book that certainly practices what it preaches. Quite hearable, well organized and lots of appeal. Provides lots of practical tips and steps.

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great for beginners

this audio book is really great for beginners who want to learn to design great products.

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Awesome audio book with details

Great foundational reference for running your first design. Make great product design by the help of this audio book

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Great audio book,full of techniques to use for

Great audio book, chock full of techniques to use for your first or not first design sprint. Highly recommend fo IT product managers, new UX'ers, managers (yes, surely there's some of you even if you're in an "agile" organization)

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  • Joshua Ward
  • 03-23-20

Excellent teacher

This book is amazing. I did not know It was en English, but anyway it is perfect to get introduced in the UX wide wolrd. i really recommend to anyone that wants to learn about the lean UX.

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  • Mia Cox
  • 03-23-20

Useful more

This is an amazing UX book, highly recommend to anyone who is looking to expand their knowledge and perspective about designing.

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  • Isaac Skinner
  • 03-23-20

Must Buy!

Contains a lot of useful insights and tools that can really help you to organise your agile processes even better.Buy this

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  • Jodie Dunn
  • 03-23-20

Great audio

Quite a journey if you want to implement Lean UX. Gives you a good dipp in to the topic. Can recommend it to anyone interested in the topic.

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  • Cerys Kent
  • 03-23-20

Clear approach to Lean UX

Clear approach, definitions, business cases and examples. Good listen for anyone looking forward to get Server insigne of lean ux>Buy this book

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  • Benjamin Marshall
  • 03-23-20

Good listenin and insightful ideas

Really liked the book, even more about the idea to validate outcomes instead of features by using hypotheses statements that can be validated or not, all for sake of learning and moving forward.

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  • Zachary Gough
  • 03-23-20

A must for all UXers

Modernised updated version of the book. Great insights. Its very impressive and very valuable for us.

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  • Lily Barker
  • 03-23-20

This book is an interesting approach to Ux

This book is an interesting approach to Ux and agility outcome. It abboard an interesting philosophy based on outcome value and user experience.

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  • Charlie Knight
  • 03-23-20

Nailed it!

This is a great book that embraces an agile mindset in a specialty that is normally siloed off from product development teams. I love the notion of do everything all the time in small batch and always be validating your assumptions with a focus on the business outcomes and user interactions.

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  • Holly Bibi
  • 03-23-20

Very Simple Practice but Implementation May Vary

The methodology presented here seems easier to implement in an Agile start up with little to no bureaucratic overhead.Love this