How to Conduct Lean UX Research — Quickly Find Out What Your Users Need

Agile software development process gained tremendous popularity recently, adopted by many companies to deliver high-quality products through iterative launch and testing. In contrast to the traditional Water Fall model, in an Agile environment the design and development teams collaborate very closely and there is little step-by-step procedure or upfront planning – decisions are made and solutions are implemented on the fly, in a highly iterative and flexible manner.

So here are the questions:

Is UX research even needed any more in an Agile environment?

If so, then how do we conduct UX research in this context?

To find the answers, please read:

A How-to Guide of Lean UX Research

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