Few architectural terms carry such emotional significance as “corner office” and its less popular associate, the “cubicle”. Exploring how the design of offices changed over time may help us
Imagine being in a room filled with people who have used your product and people who may use it in the future. Would you just lurk in the corner and listen to what they have to say, or join the conversation, learn about their pain points and ask for their thoughts on the product? The social media revolution of the last decade provides product managers with numerous ways to do all of the above. In order to stay in touch …
This blog has already addressed the different stages of Product Development Strategy. This time, we’re turning our attention to the various elements needed to formulate the right product strategy
Employing user personas is a subject I already addressed on this blog, as this technique of mapping out the needs of your audience is an essential tool in product
Ideally, we would all love to work on a single project or on a development of one specific product, but in reality our daily tasks are rarely that simple.