We are lucky enough to have Amanda Stockwell joining us in our Slack channel next week. Amanda is a seasoned ‘Ask the UXperts’ pro and her sessions are always amazing.
This time around we’ll be talking about running experiments in a lean environment and using the findings to take an MVP to the next agile iteration (or not!).
In this session Amanda will help us to understand the different kinds of lean experiments and when they are appropriate to use. We’ll learn how to create clear hypotheses to set up experiments and what to do with the data that is collected. How does it inform whether you pivot or persevere?
- Where: Our dedicated ‘Ask the UXperts’ Slack channel (You’ll need to request an invitation if you haven’t yet joined our Slack channel)
- When: 3pm Thursday 25 May PDT or 8am Friday 26 May AEST (or find out what time that is for you)
Meet Amanda Stockwell
Amanda Stockwell is President of Stockwell Strategy, a UX research practice focused on lean research methods and integrating user knowledge with business goals to create holistic product strategies for organizations of all sorts.
She has focused most of the last decade focused on finding innovative ways to understand end users and embed that knowledge into overall process.
She’s lead teams that provide research, design, and UX strategy services and frequently writes and speaks about her experience. She has a human factors background and an engineering degree from Tufts University.
How to Ask Your Questions
If you can’t make the live session but have questions, we’d love to collect them ahead of time and we’ll ask Amanda on your behalf. You can ask them in the comments below. We’ll publish the responses (along with the full transcript) in the days following the session.
Here are a few questions to get you started:
- What exactly is a lean experiment?
- How can I use research findings to justify my decisions to stakeholders?
- Do faster timelines mean that you may compromise on quality?
How does Ask the UXperts work?
These sessions run for approximately an hour and best of all, they don’t cost a cent. We use a dedicated public Slack channel. That means that there is no audio or video, but a full transcript will be posted up on here in the days following the session.