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14 Data Analytics Trends for 2024: What You Can’t Ignore

Userpilot

In SaaS, the top data analytics trends can either be a revolution or just fluff. So what are the trends in the data analytics landscape that are actually important for product management ? In this article, we’ll explore the data analytics trends that are not just novel or talked about a lot but those that are changing the way we see and utilize data.

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Competitive Demos – How to Attack Your Competitor’s Strengths

Product Management University

Competitive demos are stressful, especially when you’re operating on very little knowledge or hearsay information about your competitor’s weaknesses. Here’s the thing about focusing on your competitor’s weaknesses. Just like you, they know their own shortcomings and there’s a good chance they’ve been schooled on how to neutralize them with some clever positioning or avoidance tactics.

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Keeping Ourselves Accountable: 5 Simple Tools For Product Designers

UX Planet

Improve your focus, efficiency and self-assessment as a Product Designer. Photo by Ewan Buck on Unsplash With the shift in the growing responsibilities and increased accountability, designers can now be the drivers of business and think from a strategic point of view. As a Product Designer working in a high-performing software team, I am tasked and responsible for championing user value, ensuring that the end user's needs are met when using the product.

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ONE THING on Roadmap Narrative

Product Culture

At one company I worked at, I tried something different for the next big roadmap release. Subscribe to my weekly Nano-letter: Sign Up Subscribe to One Thing Weekly Name * First Name Last Name Email * Our Privacy Policy * You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting us at bruce@productculture.com.

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From Developer Experience to Product Experience: How a Shared Focus Fuels Product Success

Speaker: Anne Steiner and David Laribee

As a concept, Developer Experience (DX) has gained significant attention in the tech industry. It emphasizes engineers’ efficiency and satisfaction during the product development process. As product managers, we need to understand how a good DX can contribute not only to the well-being of our development teams but also to the broader objectives of product success and customer satisfaction.

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Information Architecture Design Step-by-Step

UX Planet

Information architecture diagram. 10-step guide on how to design information architecture Designing an Information Architecture involves organizing, structuring, and labeling content in an effective and sustainable way. Well-designed information architecture helps users find information and complete tasks efficiently on a website/in app. The steps to design an effective architecture can vary slightly depending on the project’s scope, but generally, they follow a comprehensive process that includ

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What strategies do you use to build a successful UX team?

UX Planet

To build a successful UX team, you must develop a strategy combining planning, effective management and talent acquisition. In addition, when building a great team, you must create an environment where everyone can open up, show their strengths, develop and find common ground with their colleagues. Photo by Jason Goodman on Unsplash When building my own team for the first time as a UX leader, I faced several challenges and developed a few strategies.

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Burnout, Leadership, and the Blurred Lines Between Them [Product Alignment Series]

Emerge Insights

Product leader Michael Fox once embodied the quintessential Silicon Valley success story – until unrelenting drive led him to deterioration and a harrowing wake-up call in the hospital. Today with profound clarity, Michael outlines the obscured line dividing healthy productivity from crippling exhaustion. His courageous account dispels the romanticized hustle culture narrative as he exposes […] The post Burnout, Leadership, and the Blurred Lines Between Them [Product Alignment Series

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15 Must-Have Chrome Extensions for Product Designers

UX Planet

15 of our favorite Chrome extensions — from color pickers to accessibility checkers — that will boost the efficiency of your design process. 1. Colorzilla Colorzilla is an advanced color picker and color-related suite of tools: Eyedropper (get the color of any pixel on the page) CSS Gradient Generator Webpage Color Analyzer (get a color palette for any site) Color History of recently picked colors.

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The Interview Snapshot: How to Synthesize and Share What You Learned from a Single Customer Interview

Product Talk

When you start interviewing customers every week, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by how much you are learning. When we use our customer interviews to collect specific stories about past behavior, every conversation can uncover dozens of unmet customer needs, pain points, and desires (AKA opportunities). I recommend teams use three different artifacts to keep track of what they are learning from their customer interviews: The interview snapshot: This artifact summarizes what you learned from a sing

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Platform Product Management Beyond Features: Introducing B-MAP for Platform Ecosystem Success

Traditional PM struggles with the complexities of platform ecosystems. B-MAP framework tackles this challenge. B-MAP goes beyond features, focusing on building, managing, adapting, and partnering to foster a thriving platform ecosystem.

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A Playful Guide to Minimizing Cognitive Load for Maximum Fun-sability! ????

UX Planet

A whimsical journey through the enchanting realms of user experience! In this delightful adventure, we’ll unravel the mysteries of cognitive load and discover how to sprinkle a dash of magic to create websites and applications that are as delightful to use as a unicorn frolicking in a field of rainbows. So, buckle up, grab your wizard hat, and let’s embark on this quest to transform usability into an enchanting experience!

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Some (spiritual) reflections on my systemic design studies

UX Planet

I’m sharing my insights and surprising parallels that I encountered during the courses on Systemic Design and Designing Resilient Regenerative Systems. Visualisation for John Cage’s “Music of Changes” by Alexander Pryshyvalka It is probably too late for the world, but for the individual man there always remains a chance. Joseph Brodsky, Nobel Lecture, 1987 Recently I completed the course “ Systemic Design for Tackling Complexity ” by Peter Jones, Kristel Van Ael and Koen Peters at the Service De