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Product in Practice: Bringing the Discovery Habits to WebMD

Product Talk

The larger and more complex your company is, the more challenging it can be to introduce continuous discovery. Sandrine Veillet ’s Product in Practice story perfectly exemplifies this. Sandrine Veillet ’s Product in Practice story perfectly exemplifies this. Do you have a Product in Practice story you’d like to share?

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Product in Practice: Adopting the Discovery Habits is An Iterative Process

Product Talk

Continuous discovery is not a linear journey—as much as we might want it to be. Continuous discovery is not a linear journey—as much as we might want it to be. That’s certainly the case for Kelsey Terry , who’s sharing her story in today’s Product in Practice. They didn’t have enough time and felt rushed.

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Core Concept: The Role of User Research in a Continuous Discovery World

Product Talk

Over the past several weeks, we’ve been exploring what a product trio is , how decision-making works in product trios , and why more roles aren’t included. Today, we are going to tackle how user researchers fit into this puzzle. Why aren’t user researchers included in product trios?

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Customer Effort Score Survey Template: Types and Examples

Userpilot

Looking for a customer effort score survey template to collect insightful feedback ? This article shows you different types of CES survey templates and examples of questions to include in them. Additionally, we will walk you through the process of creating a survey and analyzing the data from A-to-Z.

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Monetizing Analytics Features: Why Data Visualizations Will Never Be Enough

Think your customers will pay more for data visualizations in your application? Five years ago they may have. But today, dashboards and visualizations have become table stakes. Discover which features will differentiate your application and maximize the ROI of your embedded analytics. Brought to you by Logi Analytics.

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How to Create a Feedback Loop: Step-By-Step Guide With Best Practices

Userpilot

If you’re wondering how to create a feedback loop in your product, you’re in the right place! In this article, we look at the process of creating feedback loops step-by-step and share some best practices for product managers to get the best out of user feedback.

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How to Drive Value for Customers and Your Business with Continuous Discovery

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What product or services do your customers really want? Do you have a plan to improve them over time? Are you confident that your team is delivering value to your customers in a way that drives long-term revenue? What is Continuous Discovery? Teresa Torres and the Art of Continuous Discovery.

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Best Practices for Creating Long-Lasting and Continuous Discovery Habits

Speaker: Teresa Torres, Internationally Acclaimed Author, Speaker, and Coach at ProductTalk.org

Industry-wide, product teams have adopted discovery practices like customer interviews and experimentation merely for end-user satisfaction. As a result, many of us are still stuck in a project-world rut: research, usability testing, engineering, and a/b testing, ad nauseam.

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The Magic of Intent: Start Knowing The Goals of Your Users

Speaker: Terhi Hanninen, Senior Product Manager, Zalando, and Dr. Franziska Roth, Senior User Researcher, Zalando

It's important to know your users - what are their preferences, pain points, ultimate goals? With user research and usage data, you can get a great idea of how your users act. The tricky part is, very few users reliably act the same way every time they use your product.

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Should UX Designers Be Doing Research or Should That Be Left Only To UX Researchers?

As industry leaders in user experience research, we are pleased to offer you access to our latest white paper: ‘Should UX designers be doing research or should that be left only to UX researchers?’

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How Can We Stop Under Utilizing a Key User Experience Champion?

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker

Customer representation has always been a key reason for success in product development. It’s a truth universally acknowledged by the best product managers. Despite this, those building the product itself are often detached from their customers, leading to a gap between vision and execution on the most practical metrics.

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The Art and Science of Explaining Your Product Strategy

Speaker: Jason Tanner, CEO of Applied Frameworks

Ideation, discovery, research, and analysis all inform the development of a product strategy that evolves iteratively as the product team learns more about customers, their problems, and potential solutions. However, effective communication of product strategy often presents challenges for product leaders.

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Building a Culture of Experimentation: Using Continuous Development for Faster & Safer Product Releases

Nowadays, tech teams are adopting certain processes to enable them to deliver better products faster. Continuous development takes things further by giving product teams more autonomy and freedom to test out their ideas and experiment with new features in production by choosing who they want to test on.

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The Top 5 Most Common Rapid Prototyping Mistakes

Speaker: Teresa Torres, Product Discovery Coach, Product Talk

If you work in digital products, you might think wireframes and mockups as a quick way to get user feedback on our designs. It is a powerful tool for thinking through different aspects of your product and answering questions to all sorts of design questions. When you think of "rapid prototyping", what comes to mind?

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How Product Managers Can Define a Product Vision to Guide Their Team

Speaker: Christian Bonilla, VP of Product Management at UserTesting

Every product team wants to build things users love. It’s why breakthrough products rarely happen by accident. Rather, they start with a strong product vision. Getting that vision right is one of the most important responsibilities of the product team. The goal may sound simple, but it’s hard to do.