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Why you Should Build for People, not for Users

BY Andreea Ion on January 31, 2020

In this blog post, I’ll explain why product managers need to solve user problems in a way that offers a great experience and makes them feel as though they’re understood. At the start of my career as a product manager, I came across a quote from Daniel Pink that has stuck with me over the years: Believe […]

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Overcoming Cognitive Biases That Reduce Feature Adoption

BY Jonathan Senin on January 30, 2020

In this blog post, I’ll explore how momentum behavior, loss aversion, and the default effect can influence the adoption rates of product features and give examples of how you can address these hurdles. We humans are resistant to change, which can be an obstacle when introducing new product features to the marketplace. App developers, marketers, […]

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Wireframes Aren’t Just for Designers

BY Leon Barnard on January 24, 2020

Wireframes are often underused in the product development process but, as I’ll explain in this post, they can be invaluable in facilitating communication and knowledge transfer. Using pen and paper to sketch out concepts and designs for software began with the birth of the graphical user interface (GUI) in the 1980s. It was a simple […]

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Improving the Accessibility of the iTaxi Mobile App: a Case Study

BY Katarzyna Malecka on January 3, 2020

The accessibility of digital content is often an afterthought, but every user deserves to have convenient access to services. This is how we’ve adapted our iTaxi ride-hailing app for the visually impaired and blind. Overview iTaxi is a platform that connects users and licensed cab drivers (like FreeNow, Lyft, Uber, or Bolt) in major cities […]

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How Accurate Is Your UX Research Data? By Martina Kuvalja

BY Andres Phillips on November 18, 2019

Martina Kuvalja is a Senior Researcher at the University of Cambridge. In this ProductTank London talk, she explains how you should go about collecting data if you are part of a small team, and how to have meaningful conversations with the research members of your team. She speaks about: User Experience (UX) application Types of […]

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Sleeping Giants - Nandini Jammi on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on September 25, 2019

Nandini Jammi started out in product marketing and growth, but after the US elections in 2016 her career took an unexpected turn when she joined Sleeping Giants, an organisation that aims to make bigotry and sexism less profitable. In this episode of The Product Experience, learn how to apply this ethos to your products, where […]

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Priming and the Science behind Onboarding

BY Shashank Ganesh on September 23, 2019

Priming is a powerful psychological tool in influencing consumer decisions and something product managers can use, to great effect, when onboarding new users. In this article, discover how and see examples of effective priming in play. What is it that makes us think about the SKY when we see the word BLUE? Why is it […]

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Rapid Prototyping - Philip Pantelides on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on September 4, 2019

For our first episode back after a summer break, we chat with Philip Pantelides, who takes us on a journey through Japan, Indonesia and beyond. (er, Bristol.) As the Head of Product for Premium Services at Cookpad, Philip has become known for his unstinting attention to detail, and taking rapid prototyping to a whole new […]

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The Black Mirror Test - Roisi Proven on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on July 31, 2019

Roisi Proven is a true product person: she has a penchant for imagining the worst, which she’s turned into a superpower to put all of her product decisions through a rigorous ethics test.  That’s useful – but she’s also found a way for you to engage your team in a creative way, using the model […]

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Why Data is key in Building a Company That Learns

BY Alexandre Gabadou on April 23, 2019

Facing uncertainty is a company’s biggest challenge. It doesn’t matter whether you’re in a startup or an established company, when you start work on a product, you need to validate your problem, your solution, and find your market. When you scale, uncertainty arises in the form of change – your market changes, your users’ needs […]

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