As the UK shops itself out of recession, it was more than fitting that February’s ProductTank London was all about product management in commerce: online, offline and mobile. This month we had three eye-opening talks: CEO at Depop Runar Reistrup (@runarreistrup) talking about mobile design for the real world; “the Malcolm Tucker of testing” Craig […]
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We kicked off 2014 with January’s ProductTank London on product management in online payments. An eager crowd mixing first-timers and regular attendees awaited our two guest speakers, Andy Young (@andyy) from Stripe and Yuval Samet (@yuvalsamet) from Klarna. Product as a Competitive Advantage First up was Andy Young (@andyy), who is responsible for “UK things” […]
There have only been 10 startups that have exited for over a billion dollars in the last 5 years, but at Mind the Product 2013, George Berkowski showed that there’s still huge opportunity out there. There are still 6 feature phones for every smart phone in the market and as prices come down that means […]
We’ve all been there – swearing at our phones when our pithy Instagram pics won’t upload, cursing the data roaming charge as Dropbox decides to sync when we’re on holiday, cussing when the ‘next’ button is off the edge of the screen and we can’t get to it.
Dave Martin, the co-founder of Pocket Recruit, took the stage at ProductTank with practical, useful advice on building mobile products. He shared his experience optimising complex conversion funnels for mobile, and maximising familiar mobile user experience to increase revenue lines from a mobile audience. He touched on difficult challenges on mobile such as testing, wide […]
Stephen Pinches, Group Head Emerging Technologies at the Financial Times talks about their unique approach to mobile around HTML5 web apps. He warns that one size does not fit all, and that the approach they took was very much aligned with their overall strategy, with a commercial imperative and a direct relationship with customers through […]
One of the reasons the development of The Week’s iPad app worked really well was that the team really understood an effective design process, which stems from the way an organisation defines digital product design. Back in the 80s and 90s people often likened design to art, that the creatives vanished behind a curtain, did […]
John Barratt, Product Manager, 2ergo. Manchester-based 2ergo provides mobile advertising and marketing solutions including interactive messaging, campaign management and mobile web design powered by their own, award-winning, technologies.