UX Case Study: How We Designed A Bilingual Lifestyle Magazine

UX Studio

Lifestyle magazine Sport360.fit mainly speaks to the women of Dubai. Its parent company already had a successful sports magazine read mostly by men. Among Dubai magazines to this day, only they rely on influencer content, while in the app, users can contact influencers for advice, tips etc. In the English UI, we used some extra character spacing on some of the elements to make them more readable and more easily differentiated from other elements.

B2B Product Manager Magazine October 2019

Proficientz

The B2B Product Manager Magazine October 2019 is now available. How To Differentiate Your Product When Competitors Solve the Same Problems. Short and to-the-point tips for positioning greater value, differentiation and generating more revenue from existing products. Enjoy the B2B Product Manager Magazine October 2019. The post B2B Product Manager Magazine October 2019 appeared first on Proficientz.

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Selling Around Deficiencies, Rock Star Product Managers & The Functional Designer Role

Proficientz

The B2B Product Manager Magazine April 2017 is now available. Differentiation and Innovation: Your Ticket to Surviving Product Commoditization. In this issue we cover everything from selling value in spite of your product’s deficiencies to what makes a rock star product manager to the criticality of the functional designer role. Plus tips for hiring the right product manager and getting unbiased customer feedback. View the April 2017 Issue.

Selling Around Deficiencies, Rock Star Product Managers & The Functional Designer Role

Proficientz

The B2B Product Manager Magazine April 2017 is now available. Differentiation and Innovation: Your Ticket to Surviving Product Commoditization. In this issue we cover everything from selling value in spite of your product’s deficiencies to what makes a rock star product manager to the criticality of the functional designer role. Plus tips for hiring the right product manager and getting unbiased customer feedback. View the April 2017 Issue.

The T-Shaped Product Manager

Roman Pichler

This helps you understand if your product is properly differentiated. Finally, pay attention to corporate emails, newsletters, and magazines to see if developments in your company affect your product, such as changes in senior and executive management, changes in the business strategy including acquisitions and spin-offs, and changes in the development group. [1] Balancing Specific and Generic Skills.

The Four Key Hurdles to Successful Product Launches

Pragmatic Marketing

magazine. And while poor concepts and badly designed products may account for some of these failures, oftentimes the failure is fueled by weak product launches that lack the ability to resonate with target audiences and establish a strong differentiation. Look for our article in the Spring issue of The Pragmatic magazine later this month—in it, we’ll provide a more detailed methodology you can apply to your product launches to help avoid these core hurdles.

9 Great Podcasts for Product Managers

BrainStation Product Management

In fact, interviewees come from all sorts of industries and their discussions – which rarely clock in above the half-hour mark – cover everything including arts, science, user experience, strategy, career tips, design, differentiation, and metrics. . Deemed the “best business podcast on startup life” by Fortune Magazine, this show promises to take listeners behind the curtain to hear real entrepreneurs pitch real investors for real money.

4 Product Management Certifications that are Worth Your Time

ProductPlan

Pragmatic Institute has a host of other resources, including a blog, educational articles, a magazine, ebooks, a podcast, and webinars that cater to marketers, product marketers, and product managers/professionals. Moreover, NPDP Certification is differentiated by its not-for-profit status as an organization of internationally recognized academic and professional experts. Continuing education plays a crucial role in long-term career success in just about any profession.

How Machine Learning Transforms Insurance

Oren Steinberg

As basic coverage is commoditizing, carriers differentiate their products based on riders and value added services. This post was first published on Becoming Human: Artificial Intelligence Magazine on April 1, 2019. We like our insurance carriers to be risk averse. So it should come as no surprise they are often last to innovate. Insurers need to feel very comfortable with their risk predictions before making a change.

How Startups can compete in the Online Dating Market

The Product Coalition

The spectrum of companies in Online Dating Market The online dating platforms can be divided into two dimensions regarding the strategy they use: one is the concept differentiations and another is the market focus and we can see that in the image below. Concept Differentiation dimension regards the usability and features presented on the dating platform. The global online dating market was valued at $6,400.0

Four psychology principles every UX designer should know

Userzoom

Image from Smashing Magazine. Humans naturally perceive the biggest or most attention-grabbing items to be most important, so you can use visual differentiators to create an organization of information, from highest order to lowest order. There’s a darn good reason why there are so many PSYCHOLOGY+UX articles floating around. User experience design has its conceptual roots in cognitive and behavioural psychology.

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9 Great Podcasts for Product Managers

BrainStation Product Management

In fact, interviewees come from all sorts of industries and their discussions – which rarely clock in above the half-hour mark – cover everything including arts, science, user experience, strategy, career tips, design, differentiation, and metrics. . Deemed the “best business podcast on startup life” by Fortune Magazine, this show promises to take listeners behind the curtain to hear real entrepreneurs pitch real investors for real money.

Dear Strategy: 058 SEO, SEM, and Other Marketing Strategy Trends

Dear Strategy

That being the case, what usually differentiates product strategies from business strategies simply has to do with the level of detail that will be covered at the tactical level. The other differentiating factor is that, whereas a product strategy will cover all of the markets that a product will be sold into (not always grouped together, but certainly all covered in one plan), a marketing strategy is usually focused on one singular market at a time.

Making the jump

Product Manager in Heels

I have been researching the topic and have a few helpful resources: Inc Magazine: Director Product Management Pragmatic Marketing: Product Manager Not suprisingly, there is a lot of overlap. My research led me to this: "the most significant differentiation between Management and Directorship is vision. Is vision the biggest differentiator? Next May I'll officially be complete with my MBA from Babson College , which means it's time to start thinking about my next career move.

Top 15 Podcasts for Busy Product Managers

Hutwork

You get tactics and strategies and a deep dive into statistics, user experience, differentiation, innovation, design, development, ad metrics. The magazine’s editor Jacqueline Detwiler hosts a rotating cast of individuals who answers the toughest questions and offer tips for being smart about life. Most product managers we know are extremely busy.

How do you kill a bad product idea?

AlphaHQ

Before long, her research showed that potential users didn’t perceive the courses as being differentiated or more valuable than the courses that were already on the market. When you look at your roadmap, how confident are you that the products and features on it will be successful?

How do you kill a bad product idea?

AlphaHQ

Before long, her research showed that potential users didn’t perceive the courses as being differentiated or more valuable than the courses that were already on the market. When you look at your roadmap, how confident are you that the products and features on it will be successful?

How do you kill a bad product idea?

AlphaHQ

Before long, her research showed that potential users didn’t perceive the courses as being differentiated or more valuable than the courses that were already on the market. When Beth surveyed women between the ages of 30 and 45 to test an idea for a new loyalty program with her client, a lifestyle magazine publisher, she quickly discovered that there wasn’t a need for it. When you look at your roadmap, how confident are you that the products and features on it will be successful?

Say No With Confidence: How To Tell The Great Ideas From The Merely Good | Bruce McCarthy, Product Culture | BoS USA 2018

Business of Software Conference

It’s biased by recency – the guy I talked to yesterday or the magazine article I just read. And the ideal product covers all of the basic expectations and has at least one delighter, one differentiator. And then also in the value bucket in my mind is erecting at least one barrier to the competition some sort of delighter some sort of differentiator. Bruce McCarthy, Founder, Product Culture. Wouldn’t it be great if no one could argue with your decisions?

From conversion to retention: industry experts on improving your onboarding

Inside Intercom

What I find to be one of the biggest hallmarks, if not the hallmark of quality onboarding, is to blur the lines between the core use of your product and the introduction of your product to the point where people can’t really differentiate between the two. The closest thing is browsing a magazine, which are monthly subscriptions. If your product is to survive and your business is to grow, improving your user onboarding must always be top of mind.

Product to Product: Rocketship.FM’s Mike Belsito & Michael Sacca on understanding users better

Roadmunk

Our colleague, Eleni, picked their brains on what differentiates these two frameworks, how to apply these concepts, and why jobs to be done has become the popular tool on the block. You might tear out a magazine or find it online, but this user persona becomes a real person that you’re actually developing a product for. Surprise! It’s a bonus episode of Product to Product ‘s second season , a podcast for / by product people!

How Sprout Social increased retention with customer-centric marketing

Inside Intercom

The key differentiator here is that, while many companies operate with a theory about their customers, Sprout Social relies on customer data about who their users really are – and what they really want. I really recommend it, because the biggest differentiator we saw is that in a persona-driven world, you’re really thinking about that fictional character. One of our mantras here at Intercom is that customer retention is the new conversion.

Positioning For Growth: How To Make Complex Products Obviously Awesome | April Dunford, Ambient Strategy | BoS USA 2019

Business of Software Conference

But what I learned after doing this literally like nine thousand times is if you start anywhere you will generally end up with neat positioning that isn’t necessarily differentiated and if you want positioning that wins in a market you have to show how you’re different than everyone else.