a journey based on the lean ux canvas by Jeff Gothelf.
a strategic transformation journey based on the lean ux canvas, a tool designed to support teams to make user experience projects in a agile and collaborative way.
the lean ux canvas was published for the first time in 2016 by Jeff Gothelf.
why to use
the strategic transformation journey based on the lean ux canvas simplifies the strategic definitions process in user experience projects from divergences designed to work collaboratively and asynchronously on each block of questions originally proposed by Jeff Gothelf in the lean ux canvas.
when to use it
typically the strategic transformation journey based on the lean ux canvas can be used to improve the experience of existing products and services or as a basis for creating new products and services.
how to use it
the strategic transformation journey based on the lean ux canvas has eight divergence points that must be dealt with by the group to define one of the proposed topics by Jeff Gothelf in his original canvas. for each topic from the original canvas we set up a divergence kit in strateegia.digital with questions to help the team to collaboratively define the needed decisions for the user experience project.
each block of Jeff Gothelf’s original canvas was converted to a divergence kit, generating the eight kits listed below
- experience issue
- experience expectation
- proposed solution
- benefits achieved
- learn first
- do first