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How Superhuman Built an Engine to Find Product/Market Fit
Superhuman founder and CEO Rahul Vohra walks us through the framework his startup used to make product/market fit more actionable, detailing the survey and four-step process that were key to measuring and optimizing it.
2 Companies Hooked Customers Sans Habit-Forming Product
Not every business needs to have habit-forming products. Here's how two companies hooked customers and formed habits with products they rarely used.
10 Traits of Great PMs – Noah Weiss – Medium
An inherently incomplete list
The myth of human-centered design
The conventional interpretation of human-centered design wildly oversimplifies the relationship between people and technology. It’s time for a more nuanced approach, writes argodesign’s Mark Rolston.
The Design Sprint
The sprint is a 5-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing with customers. Learn to run your own sprints, and read about our book on sprints.
How to tell if you have product/market fit – Merci Victoria Grace – Medium
Product/market is less intuitive than it should be. When founders ask me whether they’re ready to start a growth team, I often spend the…
The ultimate guide to web content accessibility - InVision Blog
Even a basic understanding of contrast and font size adjustments are enough to make your sites consumable by a wider audience.
The big benefits of little changes.
"It is said that if you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles; if you do not know your enemies but do know yourself, you will win one and lose one; if you do not know your enemies nor yourself, you will be imperiled in every single battle." -
Turn your designs into playable user flow diagrams that tell a story.
What is GDPR, and why should designers care?
Your complete guide to the new law, courtesy of designers, agencies, and privacy experts.
‘I Fundamentally Believe That My Time at Reddit Made the World a Worse Place’
A conversation with former Reddit product head Dan McComas on the problems with Reddit, Twitter, and the rest of the web.
With amazing sound, spatial awareness, and the vast Apple Music library, HomePod takes the speaker to a whole new level.
Observations on Product Management – Hacker Noon
I’ve spent 10 years now building products — from consulting, to startups, to larger teams like Airbnb. I wanted to capture some of the…
If neither pencil nor pen, then what is it? Reviewing the Napkin Prima
Pen Chalet is such a cool online shop. I wish I could give them more love on this blog than I do. But, alas, there are far better fountain pen reviews on other blogs than I could provide, and Pen C…
Americans Are Still Skeptical of Chatbots for Customer Service
Everyone hates contacting customer service. Data provided by Helpshift and Propeller Insights reveals customer service chatbots are no exception.
Byzantine Fault Tolerant Airplanes
Most engineering goals involve making something faster, better, cheaper. But when it comes to aircraft manufacturing, it’s always about making things safer. More reliable. It’s very boring. It’s al…
Mobile Design Details: Avoid The Spinner
How Booking.com manipulates you
Many websites and applications these days are designed to trick you into doing things that their creators want. Here are some examples from timewellspent.io: