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Are you ready to get a full set of tools to improve your skills in user experience, software development, and management approach?

In the idea of having a clear view of a business, no matter if it is a startup or a big company, starting from the process of product creations and development that allow achieving excellent results in short time, you MUST learn UX, DevOps and Lean and Agile Principles, a practical set of activities that are focused on understand user's needs, development's approach, and management’s abilities to provide positive experiences and reaching the best output. 

Adopting these principles and concepts will improve every business and product: a meaningful experience for the working team and for the final user that allows you to become a master in this field. 

This bundle of three books provides you a complete guide to understand and manage your business

Here some questions that you will find the answers to:

  • What are UX design and principles?
  • What is DevOps methodology?
  • What is the Lean and Agile approach?
  • How are they implementable into a company?
  • What are the benefits that they can generate?

Understanding which actions generate great experience for the user and how to implement them in your working process is the real value of the fundamentals of UX. Ensure that your design has the right strategies to be focused on the client's needs.

If you are looking for a complete guide in UX, DevOps and Lean and Agile in just a few hours, this book is for you. It has been created for beginners that are studying the different approach of UX development but also for designers and entrepreneurs that recognize these critical changes in the creations and fruition of contents.

What’s inside this bundle of three books:

Book 1: UX: Learn to Design Great Products for a Better User Experience

  • Introduction to UX 
  • Fundamentals of user experience design
  • Strategies to apply for a great user experience
  • Different UX approach (Lean UX versus Agile UX)
  • Bring your ideas to life with prototyping
  • Benefits of UX to your company

Book 2: DevOps: Building Software with Lean Process for Modern Business

  • Introduction to DevOps 
  • Capabilities of DevOps
  • The way cloud accelerates DevOps 
  • Solving challenges with DevOps
  • Agile, continuous deliver, and the three way
  • The principles of flow
  • The principles of feedback 
  • The principles of continual learning and experimentation
  • Selecting which value stream to start with
  • Understanding the work in our value system, making it visible, and expanding it across the organization

Book 3: Lean and Agile: How to Develop Successful Business and Startup Using Lean Approach and Agile Method

  • Crucial steps for a lean product
  • Why Lean UX? 
  • Difference between Lean concept and Agile
  • Collaborative design
  • Lean approach and thinking
  • Agile methodology

In simple words, after listening to these books, you should be able to start working on your project with a new and improved vision. 

©2020 Steven Branson (P)2020 Steven Branson

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Great for laymen and startup people in general!!!


The introduction of the book talked about what Lean UX is and isn’t. It was compared to Agile Design and User-Centered Design, which meant nothing to me, to be honest. The actual definition was irrelevant to why I was reading this book - I care more about the practice and benefits of Lean UX. But the rest of the book got into the meat of that.

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reads like a clickbait article

Overstuffed, with poor grammar and syntax, and far too many words used to say far too little — none of it very important. the narrator does his best to make the clunky, inept writing seem sensible.

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I can't stand the pedantic high school performance

I hate listening to this book and decided to stop, not because the content of the book, but rather the readers performance is painful. The rhythm lacks emotion and tone. His repetitive pattern of mildly lilting, occasionally dipping, and weakly confident full stops makes me sick to my stomach. I'd rather order the paper version and read it myself than sit through this high school performance.

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Very poorly translated.

The book seems well written & researched, but it’s hard to tell because the English translation is so terrible.

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An incoherent mess of misinformed buzzwords

What is "UX configuration"? A quick Google search reveals no answers - which is surprising, since the author frequently repeats the phrase throughout the opening paragraphs as if it's some meaningful term.

The author appears to have no knowledge on the subject of UX, and seeks to trick the audience with intelligent sounding buzzwords which offer no substance or meaning. This is the crux of my issue with this book. It doesn't make sense. It provides no value to the reader (or if it does, I couldn't manage to steel myself for long enough to get to the "good" parts).

Don't waste your money. More importantly, don't waste your time on this book.

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lean startup!!!!!

Another important aspect of UX design is making sure that you're starting with problems, not solutions. Bad starting point = "Let's add commenting functionality to the product page!" Good starting point = "Users aren't able to communicate with each other, which affects their engagement with the product."

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practical advice!!!!!

Research is extremely important not just because it tells you whether your product or service is viable, but because it saves you time and money. The key to Lean UX is doing research and avoiding problems before they come up. Don't waste your resources.

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Recommended for budding entrepreneurs!!!

The introduction of the book talked about what Lean UX is and isn’t. It was compared to Agile Design and User-Centered Design, which meant nothing to me, to be honest. The actual definition was irrelevant to why I was reading this book - I care more about the practice and benefits of Lean UX. But the rest of the book got into the meat of that.

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Great insights and actionable advice

This is a fantastic book filled with actionable advice, from a great writer. It's not only EXTREMELY useful for anyone interested in Lean UX and even UX in general. It's also a fun read thanks to Laura's great sense of humour.

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For anyone working on a startup!!!!!

As I am currently participating in a startup accelerator program for a new business called PressBaby, the "Lean" series of books has been recommended many times. I just completed a third book in the "Lean" series: Lean UX for Startups by Laura Klein.

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  • 04-11-20

MUST LISTEN!!!

Recommended by a Boeing Data Scientist, getting into UX and Front End? It's a Must Listen.

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  • Muhammad Russell
  • 04-11-20

Interesting approach to Ux and agility outcome

This book is an interesting approach to Ux and agility outcome. It abboard an interesting philosophy based on outcome value and user experience.

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  • Alexandra Field
  • 04-11-20

Excellent UX

As a UX engineer, I've worked on several teams with all different develop processes. This book encapsulated all the lessons I've learned through years of successes and failures.

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  • Ben O'Connor
  • 04-11-20

Necessary!!!

This is a great book that embraces an agile mindset in a specialty that is normally siloed off from product development teams.Great book for anyone involved in product development.

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  • Zara Benson
  • 04-11-20

What I Was Looking For!!

This book was a great intro to UX, DevOps and Lean and Agile . I'd also highly recommend it to any startup CEO. UX is often completely overlooked to newer companies that think if they pour money into a great looking product, people will use it. If you need a crash course in UX, then this is the book!

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  • Isabel Clayton
  • 04-09-20

I highly recommend this book

I highly recommend this book. It's created in a conversational tone which makes it fun and easy to listen, but still packs in a ton of useful information. Even if you're not in UX but work in a related field like marketing or graphic design, there are some great takeaways in this book.

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  • Yasmin Mellor
  • 04-09-20

Excellent introduction to UX

I am new at this field but the author makes the topic sound exciting, rich and fulfilling. He gives many details as well as overarching themes and practical suggestions. It is very engaging and I am interested now in learning more.

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  • Riley Norman
  • 04-09-20

Good book.

Good book. Based on software design/development.You just have to have an open mind and get over all of the specifics for the software.

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  • Daniel Archer
  • 04-09-20

Thank you!!

This has great info to get started with given waterfall teams working in silos looking for a change and is concise.

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  • Edward Cross
  • 04-09-20

Nice Book!!

For many people, this book could be what they really need to run a Startup in IT or Software development. Maybe the section on Lean and Agile is not for everyone but the teachings inside are very powerful, especially the guideline to develop my skills in UX and DevOps