By Saeed Khan What is the difference between these two sentences? He eats, shoots and leaves. He eats shoots and leaves. The first describes a gunman, most likely in a [ … ]
Month: October 2014
He Said, She Said: Part 4 – Product Management and UX working together.
By Saeed Khan and Heather Searl Parts 1, 2, and 3 of this series covered a number of topics including working with other teams, organizational structures, personas, Agile, and common documents. This [ … ]
Don’t discover; observe
It’s not that problems are invisible; it’s that no one is looking for them.—Steve Johnson, Under 10 Consulting. I often chat with company leaders who ask me how to do [ … ]
Are these really the tools Product Managers use?
by Saeed Khan As a Product Manager, and with the exception of Excel, PowerPoint and Word, what software tools do you use on a regular basis to do your job? [ … ]
Reverse Engineering & Product Management? Really?
by John Mansour Reverse engineering usually conjures thoughts of knock-off artists creating their own versions of popular consumer products. Or in the B2B world, reverse engineering is often required after [ … ]
He Said, She Said: Part 3- How PM and UX can work together
By Saeed Khan and Heather Searl Parts 1 and 2 of this series covered a number of topics including working with other teams, organizational structures, personas and common documents. This [ … ]
The UX responsibilities of a Product Manager – Part 2
by Gary Schroeder In part 1, we discussed the importance of Product/Market Fit and concepts of Problem Validation and Solution Validation. This part covers 5 key UX responsibilities of Product [ … ]
The UX Responsibilities of a Product Manager – Part 1
by Gary Schroeder “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” – Steve Jobs (1955-2011) When defining new products, one of key [ … ]
He Said, She Said: Part 2 – How can PM and UX work together
By Saeed Khan and Heather Searl In the first part of this discussion, Heather and Saeed covered a number of topics related to both Product Management and User Experience, including [ … ]
Rules for customer visits #3 – Observation is critical
by Saeed Khan Most often, a customer visit means having a discussion in a meeting room at your customer’s site, with a small group of users or interested parties. They usually [ … ]