The Progressive Onboarding Blog

Apr 7

Product Managers: Data-driven experiments are an excuse not to be brave

Being “data-driven” is “virtual signalling for Product Managers” and not the best method for some product decisions and roles. This snippet from a longer conversation with Patrick Collins of Zip.co digs into the suprising insight of different traits in PMs. Patrick quipped about his experience: “I’ve only been doing this product thing for 10 or


Apr 1

WFH: Will Design Sprints fail with remote teams?

Product Teams are probably one of the least disrupted jobs that are affected by a work-from-home world. But Design Sprints are predicated that you clear your calendar and get everyone in a big room to grind on the creation of something new and substantial or solve a sticky problem. This is not just small things


Mar 24

Carousels for Feature Discovery 💪

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia is* the 71st most powerful company and 43rd largest bank in the world. Their mobile app has won many design prizes and they have huge resources to pour into it. This post looks at some excellent Feature Discovery, Feature Onboarding they use in parts of the App. If you’ve read


Mar 22

Covid-19 and Pointzi

You’ve already been flooded with many company statements about the current pandemic conditions – so we’ll keep this simple. First and foremost, we wish everyone, their teams and their families the best possible outcome. We are quickly learning that no precaution is too conservative – so take care! During this crisis our commitment to you


Mar 17

“Recipes” and “Jobs to be done” (JTBD)

In another snippet from the interview with Matt from Bonjoro we discuss why “Jobs to be done” (JTBD) is so important to them. Bonjoro have a large inbound funnel of different triallers types – because their platform is horizontally applicable. However, they are optimizing for SaaS customers in Sales and Customer Service use-cases – they