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4 Steps to Making Empathy Stick in the Product Development Process

I’ve spent the last two years working on products at Discuss.io that enable our users — product managers, marketers, and user researchers — to build connections with their users, wherever they are in the world. Product managers talk about anything and everything with their customers, things like the impact of hard water on people’s shampoo purchasing habits in Indonesia, all…

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Ashley Wali

Ashley Wali

Product leader @discuss.io. Inspired by @adilwali, our 2 boys, & the beauty of the PNW. Passionate about gender equality, travel, & weekends at home.

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