Living organisms can coexist in the same area if they are different enough. This applies to markets and products as well. If a product is similar to others on the market, prioritize unique features to differentiate it and carve out a niche.
100 posts about products
Here are 100 posts about product development and product management. For this challenge we take a weekly cadence, so you can expect a new post every (other) week. Let’s go.
Whine with me about the biggest problems in software development. From user satisfaction to more profound issues, let's discuss it.
Why are deadlines important for software development—even if we all hate them sincerely? I’ve spent 10 years figuring it out. Enjoy the results of my research!
Feedback organization helps to prioritize features, build better solutions and engage customers. Let's explore how to do it right in a B2B SaaS product.
Discover the golden rule of software development time estimation that fits any team and is proven by years of expertise.
Measuring developer productivity by hours is an attempt to reduce uncertainty by squeezing it into a simple model. Yet in our industry, we must accept uncertainty, learn to thrive with it.
Read this if you had intrusive thoughts like: “dammit, this app is the same as I thought of a year ago!” or even “I’m fed up with my managers, time to do something of my own.”
How to apply selection theory to new products development and new features.
How Genotype and Phenotype concept helps to build flexible products.
Product managers tend to focus on large cool features, but small features, improvements, and bugs are also important. This article describes various approaches to handle small things well.
Sync processes for product planning, dependencies management and vision sharing are easier to run, but async processes are more performant. How to choose?