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The benefits of squad-led discovery — Jim Morris on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on July 13, 2022

How can product managers get more work done by doing less? On this weeks’ podcast, we spoke with Jim Morris, Founder of The Product Discovery Team about the benefits of having a team-led approach to research, and how that can be an effective way to collaborate effectively and improve your product over time. […] Read more »

Product and UX design - effective ways to work together

BY Eira Hayward on March 14, 2022 for Prioritised Members

Product designers, UX designers, information architects – whatever title you choose for them – are the product people with responsibility for user experience. They play an essential role in shaping a product. How do they work to best effect with product managers? What do they want from their relationship with product management, and what in reality do they get? […] Read more »

The "Aha moment" - Abdelrahman Wahba [Rebroadcast]

BY The Product Experience on June 2, 2021

Egyptian-born Abdelrahman (Abdo) Wahba co-founded popular Arabic audiobook site Iqraaly—but it wouldn’t have seen its current success unless Abdo had taken the time to analyse deeply what made customers stay loyal. To do that, he had to get to his “Aha moment”. Now based in Berlin as the Chief Product Officer for the Offerista Group, […] Read more »

You are not your user

BY Jorge Rodriguez-Ramos on June 1, 2021

Hi there 👋 nice to meet you. Let me tell you a fun fact about me. I’m the Head of Product for an erotic audio service for womxn. Yep, you read that right: A platform with more than 2000 erotic audio stories targeted at womxn. […] Read more »

Why every product and UX leader needs to be a storyteller

BY Jessica Hall on April 13, 2021

What are the priorities for the next few months? It’s the question I asked every time I went to help an organization struggling to release a new product or get customers to adopt their current ones. Sometimes people answered by saying they needed to ship things by a certain date, sometimes they gave me some […] Read more »

Building a new Social Future by Aditya Mukherjee

BY Eira Hayward on February 22, 2021

Customer centricity is a core value at Indian social startup Hike, its senior product manager Aditya Mukherjee relates in this talk to ProductTank Delhi, which looks to examine why customer centricity is difficult to crack. The main driver at Hike, he says, is as follows: in a world that has evolved tremendously in the last […] Read more »

Building Accessible Products - Jonathan Hassell on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on February 17, 2021

Accessibility is one of those things that we all know we should do, but are rarely confident that we’ve done it well.  To get over that hump, we talked with Prof Jonathan Hassell about how and when to embed and test for accessibility (or a11y!), when you can skip it, and how to convince stakeholders […] Read more »

Is it Time to Invest in Redesigning my Digital Product?

BY Mehmet Perk on January 26, 2021

Is it time to invest in redesigning my digital product? It is a question that many product leaders need to answer. This is an article to help you make the decisions by giving you contextual information and concrete examples. Some design activities can be applied as iterative improvements, like changing certain user flows to increase […] Read more »

The Biggest Missing Element in Most Product Experiences, According to Behavioural Science (Does Yours Have It?)

BY Kristen Berman on October 27, 2020

Libby was new to backpacking. Her first trip was a 4-day trek through the Sierras with a good friend who was far more experienced. Before setting off, they downloaded an app that tracked their speed, elevation gain and miles. At the end of the first day, they were eager to see how far and fast […] Read more »

The Blind Spots of B2B Product Vendors (And How to Fix Them)

BY Manohar Sreekanth on August 6, 2020

One of the interesting things about developing software in the Business-to-Business (B2B) space is that you often don’t know what users need, even when you think you do. Such blind spots may not be entirely your fault. Early in my career, I developed a software distribution tool for a CRM solution that ran on the […] Read more »