Fri.Sep 15, 2017

The Craft of Prototyping by Caitlin Kalinowski

Mind the Product

Prototyping helps you to focus your energy on the right thing at the right time in product development – and therein lies one of the secrets to building great products.

Nine UX Research Methods Product People Should Know

UX Studio

Building a product without using UX research methods is like getting into a Taxi and just saying, “Drive.”. As ever more interactions happen in the faceless platform of the world wide web, we meet with our users in real life increasingly rarely. Doing research with people from your audience can provide the best and most useful insights. You can’t start building a product people will love if you don’t know your audience.

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Thank You for Another Awesome #mtpcon London

Mind the Product

On Friday, September 8, we gathered nearly 1,600 passionate product people from 52 countries around the world to the iconic Barbican Hall for another dazzling #mtpcon. A day full of incredible talks, amazing conversations, an epic afterparty, and more pre-events than ever before!

#5Things in #Prodmgmt for September 15, 2017

Joe Cotellese

Happy Friday! Welcome to another installment of #5Things in Product Management. Here’s some of the things I’ve been thinking about and reading in the world of product management this week. I’m building a startup right now and am thinking alot about Product Market Fit.

Why “Build or Buy?” Is the Wrong Question for Analytics

Every time an application team gets caught up in the “build vs buy” debate, it stalls projects and delays time to revenue. There is a third option. Partnering with an analytics development platform gives you the freedom to customize a solution without the risks and long-term costs of building your own. Learn when and why it makes sense to build, buy, or take a combined approach to embedded BI.

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How the Instapage product team sped up design change decisions

RealtimeBoard

Case study How theInstapageproduct team sped up design change decisions This is a case study by Kevin Yang, an associate product manager at Instapage. He primarily works on projects that improve and optimize the landing page builder and has an unhealthy obsession with motorcycles. Instapage is an advanced landing page platform for marketing teams and agencies. […]. The post How the Instapage product team sped up design change decisions appeared first on RealtimeBoard Blog.

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