UCD After MVP: How To Leverage User-Centered Design For Every Release

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Dani Sandoval, Designer VMware Pivotal Labs (sandovald@vmware.com)

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Product teams use “Minimum Viable Products” (MVPs) to deliver value to customers quickly by focusing on a specific problem and the smallest possible solution. But how can teams and product leaders know when to move onto the next most valuable thing? Find out how to foster continuous innovation across your product portfolio by: - Using modern tools to determine when an MVP feature-set is successful - Revisiting insights from initial discovery to quickly build actionable backlogs - Orienting product releases toward business outcomes to align product priorities within and across teams At VMware Pivotal Labs, we’ve seen how MVPs can help product teams gather valuable feedback quickly from their customers. In this webinar, Dani Sandoval will share how User-Centered Design (UCD) techniques can be used by product team members and leadership to respond to feedback quickly and maximize the business value for every release.

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