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Product Management Show

TPMS 0022 The Problem with UX ft Brett Maraldo

Product Management Show
Released on Feb 11, 2018

Originally released on Jan. 31, 2016 as Ready Product Radio episode 21, this episode we talk with Brett Maraldo, user experience architect, researcher and designer with over 20 years of experience in user centered design.

For products to be successful, to be loved the customer or user experience is everything.  

That is why Ready Product Principle #0 is Start with the Customer Experience.

In this episode Brett and I unpack User Experience and explore the tensions that may arise between User Experience ideals and Lean or Agile approaches and discuss some compromises for how these different facets of product creation can co-exist.

Product Principle #1:

  • Obsess over the user experience

Enjoy the show.

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