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OKRs in product management by Roman Pichler

BY Eira Hayward on November 12, 2021

From explaining the benefits and drawbacks to taking a collaborative approach to setting the right goals, Roman Pichler shares his thoughts on setting effective product-related goals using OKRs. […] Read more »

Planning Your Prototype With a Customer Journey Map

BY Lewis Nyman on June 26, 2017

“A prototype is worth a thousand mock-ups,” as the saying goes. By definition a prototype is interactive. At the start of a project, it can be helpful if you create rough prototypes without too much detail. Doing this allows you to have high-level conversations over the direction of the user’s journey, rather than get distracted by specific visuals or […] Read more »

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 »