Tue.Apr 17, 2018

Peak-End Rule: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices

Nir Eyal

Nir’s Note: This post part of a series on cognitive bias co-authored with and illustrated by Lakshmi Mani. Discover other reasons you make terrible life choices like confirmation bias, hyperbolic discounting and distinction bias. It’s New Year’s Eve. There I am on the dance floor – it’s teeming with people and there’s hardly space to […] The post Peak-End Rule: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices appeared first on Nir and Far.

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20 expert opinions on UI design trends for 2018

Userzoom

From invisible UI to emotional personalisation to biometric authentication, which UI trends will be rocking our experts’ socks off in 2018? Look, we get it. Trends posts are an easy win for any blog operating in the tech/marketing/digital industry.

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Peak-end rule: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices

Nir Eyal

It’s New Year’s Eve. There I am on the dance floor – it’s teeming with people and there’s hardly space to breathe. Loud thumping music pierces my eardrums and I have no idea where my friends are. Then, the guy next to me takes a misstep, spills an entire cup of beer down my shoulder. […]. The post Peak-end rule: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices appeared first on Nir and Far. Behavior Change Uncategorized

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Managing Manufactured Products: Design and Development

Mind the Product

In my last post we examined some of the unique requirements that need to be defined for manufactured products. Now, let’s start designing and developing. Industrial Design vs Industrial Engineering.

Build vs Buy: 10 Hidden Costs of Building Analytics with UI Components?

Many teams, as a logical first step, choose to build their own analytics with the help of UI components. But eventually you’ll find that doing it yourself and at scale has hidden costs. Consider these 10 factors when deciding whether you should build analytics features with UI components.

AI UX: 7 Principles of Designing Good AI Products

UX Studio

One thing we can learn from the latest fatal Tesla accident: AI and machine learning products need very careful designing. In this article, I will go through the seven basic AI UX principles products should follow. With the arrival of AI products, we enter a new era where machines start to behave differently. They not only perform our orders, but they do things by themselves. This will change how people react, how we behave and what we expect from these products.

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To Share or Not to Share Your Product Roadmap with Clients?

The Product Coalition

That is the question faced by B2B product leaders Courtesy of Street Smart Product Manager Product roadmaps and I have a complicated relationship. Tweet this ) WHY is our roadmap relationship so complicated?

Samuel Beek on how WeTransfer is redefining its product

Miro

Samuel Beek on how WeTransfer is redefining its product Here at RealtimeBoard, we set out on a mission to build a universal whiteboarding tool that helps companies embrace digital transformation, manage remote teams and think visually in order to speed up internal processes and delight their customers. That’s why we are always curious about the […]. The post Samuel Beek on how WeTransfer is redefining its product appeared first on RealtimeBoard Blog. Product development

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PM Toolkit — the resource kit to Product Managers and product people

The Product Coalition

A directory with references, links, contents, resources and more. I wrote (in pt-br) an article called “ A lot of content to you that start now like Product Manager ”, where I put together a bunch of useful links and other contents to Product Managers and people that work with digital products.

Has Product Management really been “Historically Reactive and Gut-Driven”?

Rahul Abhyankar

I imagine many of us get emails about upcoming webinars from time to time. I got one such email today, and the first sentence paused me in my tracks. Product Management has historically been reactive and gut-driven. And then the email talked about how Agile Product Management and an experimentation-driven approach can deliver “obvious and … Continue reading Has Product Management really been “Historically Reactive and Gut-Driven”? → Product Management

Building Healthy Innovation Ecosystems for Your Projects

Speaker: Nick Noreña, Innovation Coach and Advisor, Kromatic

In this webinar, Nick Noreña will walk through an Innovation Ecosystem Model that he and his team at Kromatic have developed to help investors, heads of product, teachers, and executives understand how they can best support innovation in their own ecosystem. He'll also go over metrics we can use to measure the health of our ecosystems as we build more resources for innovators.

Product to Product: Vox Media’s Sanette Tanaka Sloan on disrupting human behaviours with AI design

Roadmunk

And we’re at episode 3 of Product to Product ‘s second season , a podcast for / by product people!

[Live webinar] 3 Digital transformation strategies driving CX

UserTesting

Join John Consigli, Director of Customer Experience at Prudential, and UserTesting’s Director of Strategic Research Services, Lija Hogan for our next webinar , in which they’ll discuss three digital transformation strategies that Prudential is using to drive improvements to its … The post [Live webinar] 3 Digital transformation strategies driving CX appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Product Research

[Live webinar] 3 Digital transformation strategies driving CX

UserTesting

Join John Consigli, Director of Customer Experience at Prudential, and UserTesting’s Director of Strategic Research Services, Lija Hogan for our next webinar , in which they’ll discuss three digital transformation strategies that Prudential is using to drive improvements to its … The post [Live webinar] 3 Digital transformation strategies driving CX appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Product Research