Understanding Users: Learnings from the #mtpcon Session Speakers "Product people - Product managers, product designers, UX designers, UX researchers, Business analysts, developers, makers & entrepreneurs 3 September 2020 True #mtpcon, Leadership Premium Content, mtpcon digital, Premium Content, Psychology, User Behaviour, User Research, Mind the Product Mind the Product Ltd 327 Product Management 1.308
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Understanding Users: Learnings from the #mtpcon Session Speakers

At #mtpcon Digital 2020, we were able to enjoy 18 Breakout Session talks, across three days, from some of the best product people around. We’ll be releasing them all (weekly, in groups) and in this selection, you’ll get a better understanding of your users. Check out the videos to gain insights from Joe Leech, Kristen Berman, Alicia Dixon and Steve Portigal.

Below you’ll find videos for the following:

Using Psychology to Supercharge Your Product

In this session, Joe Leech covers how to help businesses to do the things in the right order for the right reasons, focusing on how to use psychology to supercharge your UI.

Check out more from Joe Leech

Behavioral Design: How Behavioral Scientists Build Products

So often, we make products only to discover that they’re not what our customers really wanted – despite customer research. In her session, Kristen Berman discussed why, so often, there’s a big gap between intention and action in our users, and how this presents in our research.

Check out more from Kristen Berman

Bridging Physical and Digital Products

In this session, Alicia Dixon leads a fascinating discussion about bridging the gap between physical and digital when building products.

Check out more from Alicia Dixon

User Research for Product Managers

Steve Portigal explores the many and varied factors that might be enabling or blocking good research. He starts by asking the audience: “What are the factors that enable or disable research?” and then explores a few key aspects.

Check out more from Steve Portigal

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