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Build Better Products: A Modern Approach to Building Successful User-Centered Products Paperback – November 1, 2016
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This book should be mandatory reading for anybody making product decisions. --Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup
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We all know that most products fail, but few books offer a prescriptive way to avoid this grim reality. Use Laura's book to guide your product teams toward a successful end run. --Jaime Levy, author, UX Strategy
About the Author
Laura fell in love with technology when she saw her first user research session over 20 years ago. Since then, she's worked as an engineer, UX designer, and product manager in Silicon Valley for companies of all sizes. Her books, Build Better Products (Rosenfeld Media, 2016) and UX for Lean Startups (O'Reilly Media, 2013), help teams learn more about their users and apply that knowledge to make products people use and love. She advises early stage startups and consults with companies that want to improve their research, UX, and product development processes. She has a deep and abiding love of business jargon, and her fondest wish is to someday facilitate a synergy or synergize a facilitation. Whichever is easier.
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I am an engineer and I tend to build. Currently, I am working on a new software. After reading just the first chapter, I realized I could have further clarified my goals. So I stopped building and went back to the drawing board. Everything I do now has an explicit goal now. It feels so right to know my efforts won't be wasted.