Strategy: Business Strategy

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  1. Benefits of Integrating UX into Your Overall Business Strategy

    July 24, 2023

    Businesses can use several methods to enhance the time their customers spend with their brand. You can boost customers’ happiness while using your digital product through careful attention to UX design and user-interface (UI) design. The rise of the DevOps methodology has brought greater pressure to incorporate UX design into your product-development workflow. To achieve a smoother integration between your Web site and mobile app, you can improve both their user interfaces and the overall user experience for their intended users.

    In this article, I’ll review the fundamental distinctions between UX and UI design and discuss the significant benefits of incorporating UX and UI design into the development of your company’s online presence. Read More

  2. Book Excerpt: The Jobs to Be Done Playbook

    May 18, 2020

    This is an excerpt from Chapter 4 of Jim Kalbach’s new book The Jobs to Be Done Playbook: Align Your Markets, Organization, and Strategy Around Customer Needs. ©2020, Rosenfeld Media.

    Chapter 4: Defining Value

    The Jobs to Be Done PlaybookIn this chapter, you will learn about these plays:

    • How to find unmet needs
    • How to create goal-based personas
    • A new way to compare competing solutions
    • How to define a value proposition

    The product marketing manager at a company I once worked for stood up in a meeting to present his strategy. He proceeded to describe the top customer needs that we should support with our solutions. I was thrilled to see him align to a customer-centric model. Read More

  3. Strategy Versus Tactics

    3 x 5 UX

    Strategy and tactics in a nutshell

    A column by Liam Friedland
    February 2, 2015

    The idea behind my new UXmatters column, 3 x 5 UX, is an idea that formed several years ago when I was preparing for a Pecha Kucha event. I wanted to document a handful of key UX concepts and share them with the UX team that I lead. Simple visualizations seemed like a promising approach. To constrain my slideware exuberance, I hit upon the idea of using 3 x 5-inch note cards and simple, hand-drawn visualizations as an expressive medium for this content. To keep my drawing skills intact, I typically use 3 x 5 cards to capture ideas, manage my daily to-do lists, and dash out quick sketches. Creating visualizations at that size for my presentation required a minimalist approach and was both challenging and fun. My team enjoyed the presentation, and I thought these cards might have value for a broader audience. Pabini Gabriel-Petit, publisher of UXmatters, agreed and 3 x 5 UX, was born. Read More

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