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Designing High Growth Products
Submitted by Shubham Aniket Pachori (@spachoi94) on Friday, 15 February 2019
Section: Full talk Technical level: Intermediate
Designing products which grow exponentially in user base is a lost art. We design and develop apps which hit a slack in growth after a while, because they are not designed keeping two fundamental concepts in mind - user don’t buy your product they hire your product and the product we develop should stick with the user.
This talk aims at giving a detailed framework for understanding your user’s need with a prespective of for which job will user hire your product, how and what part of job your product will be able to complete. It will also provides you with various techniques of providing an experience which make your product stick with your user.
Currently, I am working as a product management ninja at Shipmnts.com where we are set on the journey of reinventing the Global Shipping Industry. At Shipmnts, I understand the product requirements of users within a complex domain, prioritize them from a business standpoint and a user successes point of view and then architect the solution along with a super talented team.
In short I am on a journey of building an operating system for global trade.