• UX Management Methods

  • A User Experience Design Leadership Guide for Beginners: How to Lead UX Designers or Master the UX Research Lifecycle as a Team of One
  • By: Jon Binder
  • Narrated by: Jon Binder
  • Length: 3 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Publisher's Summary

UX Management Methods is a guide for how to lead your UX team to greatness. Learn proven methods for hiring, managing, motivating, and aligning your UX team. Use these insights to focus your team with a road map of key deliverables, present actionable findings to stakeholders, and measure your team's success and return on investment with analytics. 

Written by Jon Binder, an MIT-trained user experience researcher with a master's degree in human-computer interaction (HCI) and UX manager with over 15 years of leading and working with diverse technology teams. 

Discover: 

  • What all successful UX managers have in common
  • How Steve Jobs hired and grew Apple’s UX design team
  • Secrets to cultivating a powerful UX design culture
  • How to monitor the return on investment of your UX with analytics
  • Fuel your UX team with inspiration and accountability

Streamline your UX operations with proven methods to deliver valuable findings and artifacts on time and under budget. If you want to sharpen your user experience leadership skills and build a strong team of talented experts, then you can begin learning UX management methods today. 

©2021 Jonathan Binder (P)2021 Jonathan Binder

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An authentic guide for new UX managers and leaders

I love the authenticity of this book: the writer shares his years of experience in UX design and love for what he does. He also narrates the book with belief and optimism. The book proves to be a valuable resource, listing key skills and valuable tips essential to new organizational leaders. While the book includes sections specific to the field of UX Design, the advice in the book applies to not only UX Managers but also beginner managers in other areas of IT - and even non-IT fields. The advice includes tips on conducting successful interviews, implementing best-fit Agility practices, improving team communication, providing effective feedback, overcoming Groupthink, managing creative team members, and more. Well laid out and clearly narrated.

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A Must Read Book!

This is a great book applicable to all businesses and organizations providing products and services that interfaces with customers. Customer experience will make and break your business. This book provides an excellent overview on the different facets of user experience (UX) and what it takes to manage a successful implementation from the beginning to end including leadership requirements. hiring process, team dynamics. research, documentation, etc.

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Excellent!

Excellent book for any manager looking to step up their design leadership skills. This will be a resource I revisit often.

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Completely amazing!

Completely amazing! This was not only very informational, but felt so actionable. I also honestly really liked the section about Steve Jobs, it put some of the content into a realistic environment that made it more understandable and relatable. Additionally, this narrator was easy to listen to. Great listen!

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Great Beginner Guide

I thought this book was great for beginners wanting to learn and understand the basics and concepts of leading UX designers or masters the UX research lifecycles as a team of one. Very well thought out and researched. Easy to understand and well worth getting if your interested in learning and wanting to do this sort of thing! Excellent resource!

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Great information

The author is very knowledgeable and has a great way of explaining things. I have to admit I did not know much about UX management but found this to be a great listen.

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Any wise manager WILL value this book!

I got so much out of this book. IMHO I was surprised at how much sense this book actually made. I thought it would be the typical "manager improvement skills but trying to be extra heavy" etc.
It's not. The processes he discusses; they "click" fast and make sense immediately! So know that You will be needing a notebook. *because it's like drinking from a fire hydrant, a blast of some seemingly simple but some are genius tactics!
If you actually implement Even part of what this book covers? You'd improve your ability to manage any business exponentially better. guaranteed. What a great find!

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A Must-Have Resource for UX Managers

This is an excellent resource for anyone looking to take their UX teams to the next level. As a UX manager myself, I will be taking the great insights from this book into my daily activities in my quest to evolve into a true UX leader. With real world topics on things like engaging teams, standardizing processes, embracing failures as opportunities to grow and learn, and leading teams in the confines of a remote setting, this is a true toolkit for UX managers seeking fresh ideas and proven methodologies. Highly recommend!

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Fantastic Book & Author

This book was thorough, interesting and insightful. It's a must read/listen for anyone interested UX management methods. It's also great for anyone looking to better themselves as a leader or manager in general.

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  • Stuart J Green
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Not impressed

this book covered some basics of leadership and managing a team, but failed to address specific issues and solutions regarding managing a UX team. the writing style was repetitive, and felt like a series of clichéd leadership self help statements.