The Lean Design Manifesto

WE ARE CREATING EXPERIENCES THAT ARE VALUED BY PEOPLE.

THROUGH THIS WORK, WE HOLD IN HIGH REGARD THE FOLLOWING:

Early customer validation over

Assuming we know what customers want

Collaborative design over

Designing on an island

Solving human problems over

Designing the next “cool” feature

Validating assumptions over

Upfront success metrics

Applying Lean principles over

Following a rigid plan

Nimble iterative design over

Heavy wireframes, comps or specs

While there may be value in the items on the bottom,

We value the items on the top more.

The Lean Design Manifesto was created by Michael Bromley but acknowledges the work of many who created the Agile Manifesto

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