UX for Lean Startups book winners!

UX for Lean Startups book winners!

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So which 4 super cool newsletter subscribers won a copy of Laura Klein’s new book UX for Lean Startups?

According to the publishers, UX for Lean Startups will be released tomorrow, May 16th (the Kindle version is available now). So to those lucky 4 I say, keep your hard-earned money in your pocket and enjoy you free copy!

Who won the book?

UX for Lean Startups

Alright, alright, settle down 😉

The lucky 4 winners are:

*drums please*

  1. Joerg – joerg.******@ja***.at
  2. Emma – [email protected]*******c*****.co.uk
  3. Barb – bd********@yahoo.com
  4. Heleen – heleen*****@gmail.com

Congrats! I will send you all an email to ask you for your preference for an eBook or the printed version, because that is how I roll 😉

Didn’t win?

No worries, anyone who is subscribed to my newsletter is automatically eligible to win whenever I have a give away. I already have my next giveaway lined up, so keep a close lookout for my newsletter in your inbox.

Not signed up yet? You can do that here or you can go ahead and buy the book at Amazon or O’Reilly, I highly recommend it!

About Matthew Niederberger

Matthew works as Conversion Optimisation Manager at Ziggo BV. In his free time he enjoys family life as well as digging into online user research material whilst frequently generating some of his own, which he freely shares here on actualinsights.com.


  1. I’m really looking forward to this book..

  2. I was fortunate to see Laura talk in SF in late March, and she extended the generous offer to do a quick UX review of any site that any asked her to!

    She gave some fantastic feedback on our app, PMRobot.com, which is still paying off. So I’ll be looking for this book whether I win one or not… but winning would be nice 🙂

  3. Joost & John… haha, you guys are good (and fast) readers 😉

    @John, I will make sure to check out your app. I have never met Laura, but from what I have heard, and what I find common in our line of work, is that everyone seems open and friendly, and not afraid to share their experiences and knowledge.

  4. It would be fantastic to have Laura review one of my websites, but let’s bring this back to you and your wonderful blog.

    What a great article. You make such a good use of the English language in the way you command words to do your bidding.

    I specifically liked the small bit at the end of the newsletter demonstrating scarcity. I could almost picture you closing your fingers and waving your hand like a true ‘mafioso’ Jedi.

    I hope you don’t think I’m ass-kissing because if you do and I am it would be a good fit in the flow of this conversation as it relates to rightfully so giving away this book to who deserves it more, and I couldn’t agree more.

    Call me, maybe?

    • Joan,

      I too love this blog and this blog post, but let’s please bring the discussion back to your wonderful comment.

      It is rare to see such masterful use of flattery in the comments section, your employment of words is powerful… Almost hypnotic. I must humbly withdraw my name from the running for this highly coveted work of literature and throw my support behind your wordsmithery!

      .. Just kidding; still want that book. All in good fun though 😉

  5. Joerg says:

    Looking forward to the book, thank you! 🙂

  6. Joao A. says:

    John, no worries 🙂

    My name actually translates to John in the English language.

    Hi5 my brother.


  7. Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy!

  8. Redwinederous says:

    Continually banging my head against the wall to get UX work done, in government! I’m trying to help the public but it’s block after block. It’s like herding cats! Love your website, and thank you for your ‘insights’ via your newsletter. And please please help me save tax payer’s money, AND make online easy, lean, and a pleasant experience for Joe Public… #passionateadvocate #LeanStartupBookWouldHelpPlea

  9. Barb says:

    Happy Dance – I won a copy of the book! Signing up for the newsletter was probably the smartest thing I’ve done in the past week or so! Am enjoying your blog and site. Thanks again!

  10. Whoop whoop! Looking forward to getting the book, thanks 🙂

  11. Heleen says:

    Nice, I won a book!! Look forward to reading it a lot. And I couldn’t agree more with Barb. Signing up for your news letter was a very smart thing to do. Also because you have a great website and blog, off course 🙂

  12. Cristian M says:

    Nice giveaway. I wish I was one of the winners ’cause I’m interested in finding a better way to work with a very small team on a soon to start in-house project, and this book seems useful. BTW, nice detail in using Markerly here.

  13. Being a former government employee (military, 9 years), how can I say ‘no’ to another government employee? Congrats Redwinederous for winning the extra copy, I will contact you shortly.

    Joao, John, Cristian, MC, and Joost… great to see that you read the small print and posted a comment. Joao, you comparison to a Jedi Knight was priceless! And John, your battle with your Portugese counterpart was memorable. Thanks!

    An experiment in a newsletter, who would have thought. It goes to show how ineffective any content is after an initial call-to-action. Anyhows…. You guys ROCK, but my budget is not endless unfortunately. Please do not be disheartened, it’s weekend after all!

    • Congratulations Redwinederous.

      Please do not assume that just because I do not use exclamations points that I’m not happy for Redwinederous. Grr, er, I’m happy. I just don’t. Do. Much. Exclamation points. I like periods, period.

      Great weekend everybody, ta-ta.

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