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“Who” Your User Is Doesn’t Matter: Ask “Why” To Build Better Products

BY Robert Goesch on February 2, 2021

Who people are, their age, gender and habits tell us nothing about their needs. In this post, I’ll explore the idea that it’s when we examine the job they want our product to do that we really learn about these different things. In a competitive environment, the reasons why people choose our product over others […] Read more »

3 common product operations pitfalls

BY Adam Thomas on November 26, 2020

Product operations maximises efficiency in learning & impact. Adam Thomas highlights the key pitfalls that indicate you’re ready to operationalise the product org. […] Read more »

How to Design Products Using Behavioral Science

BY Kristen Berman on November 11, 2019

Too often, we assume that consumers make rational decisions and take them at their word when we ask them about how they behave. But there’s a gap between what consumers say they will do and what they actually do. How do we bridge this gap and design products based on real behaviours? Imagine you’re a […] Read more »