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Instagram shops: a fine example of testing the market before you build a product.

Jason Kottke’s just shared an interesting story about Instagram shops which are doing gangbusters in Kuwait. A description from…

You’ve got to get to the heart of your users’ needs

Hard nos are money in the bank for startups, if you leverage them. You have to chase down every hard…

There are only two proven methods for building breakthrough consumer products.

From Ben Thompson: Build something to meet your own needs and find a market with the same needs. Find…

Karen McGrane speaks about how people access your content

You don’t get to decide which device people use to access your content—they do.

Joining the NXNE panel with Sam Ladner

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-tFdreZB94 Microsoft’s Office research team is conducting a study to help determine future technology products for small businesses and…

Getting product right means finding product market fit. It does not mean launching the product.

Getting product right means finding product market fit. It does not mean launching the product. It means getting to the…

Designing to your strengths and your customer’s expectations.

Most folks would agree theScore iPhone app is by far the best Sports app in the world. Rogers clearly agrees…

The world has most definitely gone mobile

The world has most definitely gone mobile. St Peter’s Square, 2005 vs 2013.

Steve Jobs talks the relationship between a great idea and a great product

Many companies get the disease of thinking that a really great idea is 90 percent of the work. And the…

The Impact Of Responsive Designs

We’ve just launched our brand spanking new, responsive website at sayyeah.com. Previously, we were fully reliant on Tumblr, with…

Why Native Wins

We’re now several years into sales of the iPad and we’re starting to see some technology,  design, and usage patterns…
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