This e-book explains how to explore and understand what clients really need, and how to approach software development projects with a focus on end-users.
This is the 2nd volume of the Dev Concepts collection.
Key features of this volume
Learn about requirements as well as techniques to discover and capture them, while avoiding major pitfalls
Discover User-Centered Design, the Jobs-To-Be-Done (JTBD) theory, and how to build the right things
Dive into User Experience Design and learn about user research, personas, usability, ergonomics, UX/UI design patterns, and more!
Learn about Minimum Lovable Products, Design Sprints, and specifications
This e-book explains the essential concepts to know about in order to clearly understand your clients and uncover the essence of what they need. Why? Because it's the only way to be able to build the right thing.
This volume explores various related concepts: requirements, User-Centered Design, Design Thinking, User Experience Design, the Jobs-To-Be-Done theory, MVPs, and many more ideas that will help you to better approach software development projects.
This is for you if...
You want to know what 15 years into the field have taught me about understanding what clients need
You want to build the right things for your clients and make them happy
You want to deliver top-notch experiences and be proud of your creations
You don't know the first thing about requirements, specifications, User-Centered Design, and User Experience Design, and would like to get a good understanding of what they're all about
You want to explore a different area of IT, and understand what business and functional analysts do
The outline of this volume is available here: https://www.dev-concepts.dev/table-of-contents/#what-clients-need
About the Dev Concepts collection
Dev Concepts is a collection of 12 books that I'm working on, and that will cover every aspect of software development.
If you haven't heard about this project yet, then make sure to take a look at the home page over at https://dev-concepts.dev