4 types of intuition, for product management and beyond
I believe intuition is behind a lot of great products, but we don’t talk about it often. This article helps you categorize, and improve, your intuition.
Whitney Hess: Tech needs more self-empathy to build social justice
To understand tech’s responsibility to respect users’ privacy, we naturally had to turn to Whitney Hess for an interview. Whitney is a wise and thoughtful designer who’s now also a coach, writer and speaker….
Becoming joy-driven — a startup founder’s journey
Work used to feel like such a weight because of all the things I didn’t like to do, but felt like I had to do. Then I decided to become joy-driven. This is my story of transformation, into a new way of life that actually works — and is fun.
The best way to declutter my brain: Imaginary conversations.
I often find myself wanting more clarity in life. That’s when I use this great method: imaginary conversation with someone who’s really smart or loving.
From burnout to joy: Avoiding remote work’s biggest pitfalls
Remote is awesome but can cause loneliness, burnout and misalignment. After many years of remote working — with several highs and lows — here’s how we’ve learned to make it a joy.
“Usability testing is the ugly child of research” — and why we still love it
We interviewed user researchers from Airbnb and Google to get their take on usability testing’s bad rap, and whether it’s deserved.
The Problem Roadmap: Only build what matters to customers
Many software companies have a product roadmap, with a list of features they’re planning to build, one after the other. While useful, it may also lead to lots of unnecessary features, a bloated product,…
We’re all addicted to tech. Here’s what’s finally going to save us
It’s fantastic that we now have built-in screen time management on iOS and Android. But one big piece is still missing before it becomes effective. My device needs to figure out what I’m using…