Demigeek. Code. UX. Product Geek. Talk to me about technology, human and everything in between.
“Pretend your time is worth $1,000/hr. Would you spend five of them doing extra work for free? Would you waste one on being angry?” -Niklas Göke
I view modern product development as a system of interconnected disciplines, working in a network, to deliver on a user’s desire. Product managers are the API that facilitates communication in this network.
Ray’s advice is to not be person in the machine, instead be the designer of your machine. This applies to your job, your relationship, your life.
Product managers who get stuck inside this “four walls” scenario run the risk of becoming feature managers, not product managers.
We want something greater than wealth: we want to feel significant.
If harmony just exists, with no contemplative satisfaction or satisfaction of use, the product has no design. It is a shaped solution. As it was stated before, it is a demanding premise, but that is what I think.
Get users to the content/substance of your product is the best way for them to quickly get value our of what you are offering and progress toward adoption and retention.
Yes. Iterate. Iterate. Iterate. But do it with the right knowledge in hand.
…r investors. I’ve read notes from people calling me stoic as this shit storm has hailed down on us. But in reality every time I am alone I cry like someone whose child has been ripped from her arms.