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Getting Product Market Fit – Part 3: Cognitive Bias in Roadmap Prioritization
If you are a Product Manager, understanding the bugs in you and your colleague’s brains may hinder your roadmap. A common bug is bias. In an earlier post in this series, we hinted at biases in product decisions – these are manifold and critical to understand because any one may be a game-changer for product-market →
Getting Product Market Fit – Part 1: Founder Market Fit
We are involved with Product Managers globally but we’re in a Sydney startup community of a few hundred companies in one building! Its an amazing place of learning and serendipity. Some of these startups are building the future and this short series of posts dives deep on recurring challenges we hear. This first post is →
Does anyone own your App’s onboarding?
Mel from Canva posted this week about their journey to a $1B valuation. It’s a long but faniscating read that overrides any myth about being an overnight success. One mind-bending takeaway from the post is this quote: “In order for Canva to take off — we had to get every person who came into our product to →
Mobile Tooltips: the unobtrusive UX pattern to deepen engagement
Remember Clippy? Perhaps you’d rather not! Clippy was Microsoft’s “Office Assistant” and became universally derided. Here are 5 reasons why people hated Clippy: Obtrusive – power users hated Clippy because it had patronizing suggestions. Distracting – the image at right (without the gun) is literally Clippy looking bored and wanting you to stop your job →
Has Material Design nailed Mobile Tooltips?
I received a question from a recent uxdesign.cc post on Cognitive Overload in mobile app design. (It was a variant of my last post here). Has Material Design already answered the need for reducing cognitive overload? Material Design is a unified system that combines theory, resources, and tools for crafting digital experiences. This initiative from Google →