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Video: Badass: Making Users Awesome by Kathy Sierra

BY Martin Eriksson on July 2, 2015

In another exceptional talk at Mind the Product San Francisco, Kathy Sierra talks about what makes a product experience magical and extraordinary, and what makes those experiences different from our typical frustrating product experiences. Normally these are seen as binary choices, an experience is either humdrum or extraordinary. But Kathy argues that every experience has Read more »

Thanks for the amazing #mtpcon welcome San Francisco!

BY Martin Eriksson on June 12, 2015

Last week 650 passionate product people from 13 countries and 32 states across the US descended on San Francisco for our first conference in the US, packing the Miner Auditorium at the SFJAZZ Center to the rafters for what proved to be an amazing day focused on the art of building products people love. The Read more »

Josh Brewer, Rochelle King and Mina Radhakrishnan round out the #mtpcon SF line up

BY Martin Eriksson on April 28, 2015

I hope you got a ticket to our sold out conference in San Francisco on June 4th, because the line-up promises to be absolutely amazing. As if Marty Cagan, Kathy Sierra, Ryan Singer, Linda Rising, Tom Chi and Jon Kolko weren’t amazing enough, we’ve rounded out the line-up with three more rockstars of the product Read more »

Ryan Singer, Tom Chi and Linda Rising speaking at #mtpcon in San Francisco

BY Martin Eriksson on February 6, 2015

As if Marty Cagan, Kathy Sierra and Jon Kolko wasn’t enough awesomeness for one product conference, we’ve got three more amazing speakers to announce for #mtpcon San Francisco: Ryan Singer Ryan Singer is a UI designer and Product Manager at Basecamp. He joined what was then known as 37signals as a web designer and was Read more »

Marty Cagan, Kathy Sierra and Jon Kolko to speak at #mtpcon SF

BY Martin Eriksson on January 28, 2015

We know the key to an amazing conference experience is lining up amazing speakers, giving them plenty of stage time and then getting the hell out of the way. So for San Francisco we’re bringing back some old friends and introducing some fresh new voices as well, all of them among the best thinkers and Read more »