This paper emphasizes on the difference between Lean and Agile UX approaches from the standpoint of designers. The Lean approach focusses on establishing a concept and assessing before switching over to the development stage. On the other hand, the Agile approach is adaptive to change, helps in shorter planning & commitment cycles, and focusses on collaboration & interaction.  It shares valuable insights as to why there has been a need of newer methodologies in software development. It also shares how how and when did both the approaches originate and came into the reckoning. This paper also highlights Agile Manifesto values and how Double Diamond Design process helps in creating better designs. Download to read the full whitepaper

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This paper emphasizes on the difference between Lean and Agile UX approaches from the standpoint of designers. The Lean approach focusses on establishing a concept and assessing before switching over to the development stage. On the other hand, the Agile approach is adaptive to change, helps in shorter planning & commitment cycles, and focusses on collaboration & interaction.  It shares valuable insights as to why there has been a need of newer methodologies in software development. It also shares how how and when did both the approaches originate and came into the reckoning. This paper also highlights Agile Manifesto values and how Double Diamond Design process helps in creating better designs. Download to read the full whitepaper