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User Expectations & Experience (UXX): The Ultimate Goal

Consumed => “Agile UX vs Lean UX, which should you choose?” by Marcin Treder on Web Designer Depot.

=> My value add (i.e., left a comment)…

If I had to sum it up, it seems to me:
Agile UX = A means. Proactively thinking / anticipating the User Expectations & Experience (i.e., UXX).

Lean UX = A means. Re-actively (i.e., in response to data) crafting the product in order to optimize the UXX. 

That being said, perhaps there isn’t a single right way? Perhaps the wisest thing is to push back the tools as suggested (including AUX and LUX) and simply trying to focus on the UXX?

Regardless of the challenges, if you’re not shooting at The right target (as opposed to shooting at a proxy there of), you’re less likely to hit the target.

In other words, apply The Five Whys to AUX, LUX and whatever else, and eventually you’ll end up at UXX. Always.

p.s. Excessive use of acronyms was semi-intentional ;)

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