Mon.Sep 16, 2019

Five Habits of Highly-Effective Product Teams

Mind the Product

How do you develop an understanding of what will set a product up for success throughout your organization? This blog looks at what actions product managers can take to ensure their teams are investing their time wisely. “If

Create Your Own Product Community


One of the best parts of working in product is the community: the like-mindedness, the ease of conversation, and the camaraderie around the struggles and victories we experience on the job.


Online Survey Design: Key Elements of Effective Questionnaires

UX Studio

Whether you have a question about the product that you are offering, about its features or just simply want your customers opinion about something, most likely you will create a survey.

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TEI 247: How to manage your career to get the promotion you deserve – with Farnoosh Brock

Product Innovation Educators

Communicate your value as a product manager clearly and effectively to your organization’s decision-makers. What was your last performance evaluation discussion like? Did you get the raise you wanted? What about a promotion negotiation?

How to Apply Best Practices from Site Reliability Engineering in Your Organization

Speaker: Liz Fong-Jones, Principal Developer Advocate,

Modern software organizations build increasingly complex distributed systems with many moving parts. As senior software leaders, we often struggle with noisy alerts, grumbling between Dev and DevOps, slow incident resolution and many other related pain points. It’s hard to figure out what to do with this increasingly difficult problem, yet it’s clearly our responsibility to deliver features and production quality. We are excited to be joined by Liz Fong-Jones, who has a deep understanding of what it takes to implement SRE-type practices in many different kinds of organizations. She brings together a picture and set of practices under the umbrella of Production Excellence that provides a clear and practical plan for senior software leaders.

A case study in competitive usability testing (Part 1)


We revisited our old Domino's vs Pizza Hut UX faceoff, this time with 20 test participants, to see what we would find – not just about the UX of ordering pizza online, but also about how to run competitive usability tests, and how to use quantitative data in a competitive UX study.

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Not in time and distance, but people have started measuring distance using battery icons


The study of London commuters found that respondents viewed their daily trip in terms of the time and distance between charging points for mobile technology. “People no longer think about their destination being 10 km away or 10 stops on the tube.

Indeed Seen?—?Product launch failure

The Product Coalition

Indeed Seen?—?Product Product launch failure So I received an email today about the launch of the new experience called Indeed Seen. As a Product Manager, I have always been curious and I love to try new products and learn about their onboarding and UX experience and always keen to learn.

Hey Product Manager, Can I Ride Your Bike?

The Accidental Product Manager

There is a lot of promise to new bike sharing services along with a lot of risk Image Credit: Jussi-Pekka Erkkola. If you lived in a modern city, how would you chose to get around town?

Completely agree, I think it’s a mix of trying to hook you back into the app and also notifying you…

Michael J. Fordham

Completely agree, I think it’s a mix of trying to hook you back into the app and also notifying you of recent events that you’d probably be interested in seeing. However, does it warrant a notification? I’d argue no, as it’s not something directly personal to you. It already has a breakdown of what you missed while you were away, it would be nice if it put those things there and didn’t bother notifying you about it. social-media

The Definitive Guide to Predictive Analytics

By embedding predictive analytics, you can future-proof your application and give users sophisticated insights. The Definitive Guide to Predictive Analytics has everything you need to get started, including real-world examples, steps to build your models, and solutions to common data challenges.

That’s really interesting research, I’d love to hear more about it if you end up posting about it.

Michael J. Fordham

That’s really interesting research, I’d love to hear more about it if you end up posting about it. Personally I feel as though if someone was notified but couldn’t respond it might make people more anxious. What I’ve often thought might be nice is if you could schedule batches of notifications for certain times, e.g. if you want to do focused work in the mornings, you could schedule notifications to be delivered at 12pm.