Use Lean UX canvas not only to understand the business side of the product, but also to clearly analyze and understand the user side of your product.
The Lean UX concept was created by Jeff Gothelf, author of the book LEAN UX – Designing Great Products with Agile Teams. This tool helps you to form hypotheses for testing, build experimentation plans for them, and frame your work as a business issue to solve and dissect any business problem into its core assumptions.
Why should you try Lean UX Canvas?
Lean UX Canvas gives you the big picture of what you are building, why you are building it, and who you are building it for. You can quickly identify the potentially weak areas of your product and solve your business problems, which lead to creating an excellent customer-centric product.
Try Miro to easily turn your assumptions into hypotheses, and then into design experiments.
When you use Miro to create a Lean UX canvas, you can:
- Fill out a pre-made and fully customizable template, step-by-step, going from the Business Problem quadrant to the Experiment Ideas quadrant.
- Fill out the User quadrants by uploading user interviews, surveys, usability studies, and more, in just one click due to Miro integration with Google Drive, Dropbox, Sketch, Adobe CC, and other platforms.
- Fill out the Product quadrants to answer assumptions that the Business quadrants posed and confirm needs that the User quadrants exposed.
- Design solutions and experiences that are efficient and useful together with your team – share your board with others and discuss it in real-time.
Tip: Try Miro templates collection to research, discuss, and develop prototypes, without having to switch between apps.