In this article, we will explore what user experience (UX) mapping is and the fundamentals of UX mapping. We will cover more about the how-tos in the next article.
A user experience map is an alignment tool that a designer uses to communicate how value is exchanged between an organization and individuals to the stakeholders.
In this article, I would like to share the learnings that I have gained from the book Inspired written by Marty Cagan on building products that people love.
We will take a look at why many products fail, what is the better approach, and the right process to build the product that users love.
Most product roadmaps are the root cause of most waste and failed efforts in product organizations.
Many enterprise companies today build roadmaps, which may consist of a bunch of user stories or product features. Roadmap serves 2 purposes:
#2 of 7 of the series — Systemic Design.
In the previous article, we explored the concept of systemic design, what it is, and what it is not. In this article, we will learn about the mindsets that a system thinker should have when approaching a complex problem. If you have not read the previous article, you can view it here.
A mindset is a set of beliefs that shape how you make sense of the world. It influences how you think, feel, and behave in any given situation.
When it comes to solving complex problems, it is important to…
#1 of 7 of the series — Systemic Design
In this article, we will explore what systemic design is, understand its process and find out whether it is right for you.
Generally, problems can be bucketed into these two categories: clock-like and cloud-like.
Clock-like problems are like clocks, they are predictable, finite, and controllable. It is one of those problems where you can clearly identify a broken part, for example, fixing a bike. Clock problems can be complicated, however, these problems usually have the right answer, albeit not obvious.
Cloud-like problems are like cloud, there are ever-changing, complex, and unpredictable…