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Let’s say you’re exploring customer development to build your product, or digging into interface design — here’s what you need to know, right in the Product Development collection.

If you’re about to turn ideas into code and won’t mind some hints on dev, you’ll find everything you need in the Engineering collection. And, because knowing and implementing all of that requires self-management and regular improvement — check out Culture&Lifestyle, too.

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Customer Development Guide For Product Managers

Planning to create a product without asking customers for their opinion? Unless you want to get into a PowerPoint chart of recent product failures, drop this idea and opt for customer development. Custdev is an approach that won’t strain the budget, but will take production to another level. If that’s exactly what you want, go ahead and use it!

yarik64px By Product Management
Get the Most in Life and Work with Gamification

We’ve mastered the art of criticizing ourselves, always demanding more, being unstoppable. But is it always efficient? Do we need to be in rush and do our damnedest without rewarding ourselves? Find out how to achieve more and value yourself with gamification.

yarik64px By Productivity
How To Use A/B Testing To Build Better Web Products

The only person who can settle which design is better for your website or which text is more catchy for an email is your user. A/B testing is a genius tool that gives access to this kind of data. So, if you wish to build your idea on the basis of customer insights, start using split testing now.

yarik64px By Product Management
How To Research The Market And Identify Opportunities

There is nothing worse than relying on luck more than on facts. That’s why all successful companies spend great resources on market research before launching or upgrading any product. If you want to be in their ranks, learn your potential, define market opportunity and research your target audience. Own the information and own the world!

yarik64px By Marketing & Partnerships
Why Agile SDLC Model Is The Best for Your Startup

Life’s hard for those who cannot adapt to new circumstances. Which is exactly why most of the startups go Agile – it’s like having a good plan, but still being flexible. So, what’s so special about the Agile SDLC? How do you make it work for your startup? Don’t break your head over it, let’s find out.

natasha64px By Project Management
The Software Development Life Cycle: Phases And Methodologies

People say that “man plans and God laughs”, but the truth is, developing software on a whim doesn’t really work. To make the process smoother, avoid unnecessary expenses, and reach your goal faster, you will need to do a bit of planning. Learn more about how a software development life cycle can help you pave your way.

ira64px By Project Management
How To Automate Software Feature Education

Here’s a problem faced by a lot of software companies — a product has a new feature that customers are either unaware of or aren’t adopting at all. A similar challenge arises when users don’t use a core feature enough to derive the full value of a product.  The solution to the said problems lies

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Using Risk Management in Engineering

Engineering requires a dedicated team of professionals with the right skills to achieve project goals. Most IT managers report more than 75 percent victory in delivering software engineering projects, but many observers claim the success rate is less than 50 percent. Organizations expect engineers to deliver products that meet their objectives within the projected timeframe

By Project Management
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What Makes an Employee Stay at A Company?

Would you imagine seeing your employee of the month handing a resignation letter, just like that? It strikes you like a nightmare because right there and then, new challenges and new responsibilities abound. Skilled professionals are hard to come by these days, and you’ve just lost one. Here, you think about who, and what you’ve

yarik64px By Hiring & Operations
Why Product Accessibility Shouldn’t Be an Afterthought

Having a good product or a service to sell is what we all want, isn’t it? However, it sometimes happens that even the best product cannot find its way to the customers and the main reason for such a case is product accessibility. Making sure that our product is accessible to every individual who might

By Marketing & Partnerships
3 Awesome Tools Makers Can Use to Boost Productivity

  It doesn’t matter at what stage your business is at, looking for methods to boost your productivity should always be at the forefront of key areas to improve in your business. However, maybe increasing productivity isn’t as easy a fix as it might sound. Perhaps you’re a maker operating independently and are running your

A Product Manager’s Guide to Building Customer Loyalty

Having a loyal customer base is no easy matter. A lot of people don’t know how to even begin building customer loyalty and simply focus on launching new products or finding new customers. And, while properly launching products and finding new customers is important, there are some key reasons why having a loyal customer base

By Product Management