LUXR.CO JUNE 2013Users + Problem
+ Solution mapa mobile app fordelegating tasksbusiness professionalsWorking parents withwith kidsneed to know whensomething’s doneToo much to do, not enough timeneed to share tasks on the goTask-a-doodle“the DNA of your idea”May 2013
LUXR.CO JUNE 2013Experiments have 3
partsThe belief youwant to testThe testable“thing”An indicatorWe believe people like [customertype] have a need for (or problemdoing) [need/action/behavior].The smallest thing we can do toprove that need is [experiment].We will know we havesucceeded when [quantitative/measurable outcome] or[qualitative/observable outcome].
LUXR.CO JUNE 2013“The courage to
speak truths,pleasant or unpleasant, fosterscommunication and trust.“The courage to discard failingsolutions and seek new onesencourages simplicity.“The courage to seek real,concrete answers createsfeedback.”—Kent Beck
LUXR.CO JUNE 2013Not just who’s
on the team, but how theywork together (no ninjas, gurus, rockstars!)Invest time in developing productiverelationshipsCommit to continuous process improvementTeam ﬁrst, then product
LUXR.CO JUNE 2013“The (validated) code
validated!”“The design is getting brilliant.We know because people use it morewith each iteration”“We made an amazing thing.Because everybody uses it.”Then we ALL can say...
LUXR.CO JUNE 2013Luxr makes practical
learning products for early stageentrepreneurs, so that they can deliver products thatcustomers want, need and love to buy.Luxr.co • 3435 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco, CA • 94110The Juhl, 353 E. Bonneville Ave., Las Vegas, NV • email@example.com • http://luxr.co • twitter: @luxrco • www.facebook.com/LUXrIncImages + credits• Origami by Robert J. Lang: http://www.statesman.com/news/news/national/origami-joins-up-with-science/nRtCw/• Sketches, templates and models via the Luxr team• Nordstrom Innovation Lab: Sunglasses iPad App Case Study [YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szr0ezLyQHY]• Ed Lea: http://design.org/blog/difference-between-ux-and-ui-subtleties-explained-cereal• Startup Weekend logo: http://sanjose.startupweekend.org/• Restaurant buzzer, via BuzzTable: http://www.buzztable.com/restaurant-pagers/history-of-the-buzzer/• Restaurant paging system image, via Microframe: http://www.microframecorp.com/product/342030.html• Doug Morgan screenshot via Michael DeLucco: https://socialcam.com/v/Qok9JVdU• Risk model: Chris Jones, Hot Studios• Lumatic story via Ellen Dunne• Validation board via Lean Startup Machine: http://leanstartupmachine.com/validationboard/• 100Plus demo: via Chris Hogg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zH6WWikZdA4• Lean book series via OʼReilly: http://oreilly.com/* Slides available on slideshare: slideshare.net/intelleto
Templates** You will notice that
most of these templates are extremely simple. Youcan make them from plain white paper and a sharpie. No specialtemplates are needed once you know how they work.‣Molecule‣Assumptions‣Experiment