Originally published at the mobile spoon:
So your product starts to show traction and you want to collect some data and start making data-driven decisions.
It’s time to think about segmentation.
You know the drill:
Different types of users => different usage => different needs => different priorities.
Originally published on the mobile spoon.
2020 is here and I thought it would be nice to reach out to some good old friends of mine, leaders in the product space, successful entrepreneurs, and basically check how they were doing.
20 rules for designing and developing great data tables. Originally published at The Mobile Spoon.
Tables and grids have always been an important UI component for products and dashboards.
And yet, even today, it’s easy to find data tables that are badly designed or deliver an inadequate user experience.
Originally posted at the mobile spoon.
Lately, I had a chance to help a few developers and product managers with their CVs.
After spending years going over resumes, I got to the conclusion that even the brightest people, who know how to design, develop, and promote their products, face some…
Product management is all about dealing with decisions, priorities, trade-offs, and compromises, and yet, I’ve seen product people who focus so much on their product, that they often forget how to work with people.
Call it soft skills, intercommunication skills, it doesn’t matter. …
Originally published at https://www.mobilespoon.net.
Conversion rate optimization always reminded me of curling.
In curling, the main player throws a giant puck-shaped stone, aiming to reach a certain point, while 2 sweepers use their brooms to sweep the ice in front of the stone and slightly modify its path or speed…
Managing a product with no development budget can be a product manager’s worst nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be a death sentence for the product.
If you manage a product in a company with few product lines — it can happen to you as well; new priorities, new initiatives…
Originally published at https://www.mobilespoon.net on May 13, 2019.
We skim through text and scroll naturally through endless content, so does it mean that ‘ above the fold ‘ is finally dead? Or is it still relevant in 2019?
As someone who instinctively scrolls, I agree with Josh Porter ‘s statement…
Cognitive biases are systematic errors in our thinking process that affect our decisions.
Humans don’t always see things as they really are, or remember things as they really were. As a result, individuals create their own subjective social reality that affects their judgment.
As product creators, we can take advantage…
Almost 4 years ago, I made a significant career shift from leading a large mobile B2B product to founding a B2C startup called Missbeez, a marketplace for lifestyle and beauty services on-demand. Two opposite poles.