Does your team have what it takes to succeed? Elements of success
Personas Developing personas is a light and effective way to determine needs whether it be usability, interface, or actual function.Read more.
If you build it … will they come?
No. That’s just not the world in which we live. There’s way too much noise out there. Even products andRead more.
Remote Teams: When they work and when they don’t
I’ve worked with remote technical teams for 12 years now – on big projects and small. I haven’t done aRead more.
Getting your product to market without losing your mind
Taking a product to market sounds easier than it is. Build something cool that everyone wants and – they’ll come.Read more.
IT Project Implementation – 6 Changes to Demand
Recently a friend asked me to review their IT contract and an implementation of a big knowledge management system thatRead more.
Is it a Map or a Compass? Product Roadmap
Product roadmaps hold great promise – they are crystal balls that predict the future, make everything right by the world.Read more.
So you’re done building, what about the support?
You’ve had a vision. You’ve got a prototype and an MVP that’s thrilling. You outsourced the development and got the productRead more.
3 Reasons to Scrap it and Start Over, 5 Reasons to Fix the Product You Have
So you live and breathe by some piece of technology. It is your everything. Or is it? It’s buggy; it’sRead more.
Eating Feedback: Customer Product Advocacy
The product you built – after careful market and user considerations needs to grow and evolve over time this canRead more.
Product Prioritization; a Multi-Dimensional Approach
Prioritizing product features can be complicated, and it probably should be. It’s usually easy enough to agree on the biggestRead more.