A strategy requires a vision and UX vision describes concepts, goals, and ideas. Developing a user experience vision requires a broader view that includes business goals.
The strategy is a roadmap that describes both the what and the how. It filters the high-level vision through constraints and business drivers.
Design requires measurement and testing. It outlines the things users will see and understand about your product. It determines which direction they’ll proceed in. Research comprises an inherent part of UX design.
User research is a tool to find out what has the most use and value for your customers.Product user research makes it possible to design for real people.
Every design decision you make should grow out of real user insights.
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Investing in UX, products get released faster because developers spend their time on projects that need significantly fewer alterations.
Designs are tested and iterated on well before they’re handed off to a developer. Changes made during prototyping are easier to make—and it’s so much cheaper to do so at this earlier stage.
The idea is to build the most basic version of the concept as possible, test it and if there are no valuable results to abandon it.
This is a great way of maximizing your resources and one of the reasons that it works so well with Agile development.