Month: October 2014


How often do you take time out to break down important data about your product? It’s easier than you think: [Web] Analytics According to Captain Kirk.

Frames of Reference

You’ve heard of the Doppler Effect right? No, not the Doppleganger Effect, but the Doppler Effect. Probably the most common example of the Doppler Effect is experienced when a vehicle [ … ]

On Product Design

I was going to write a big entry about ethnography as a design tool, but that got me to thinking a more basic question: in your organization, who does product [ … ]

Product & Market Alignment

blog.pmarca.com: Book of the week: Best book for tech entrepreneurs this year Marc Andresseen recommends “The Four Steps to the Epiphany” by Steve Blank. Marc’s summary: “Steve proposes that companies [ … ]

Cranky Kid 1.0

Just a short shout-out to the Cranky Product Manager who has apparently released Cranky Kid 1.0. I won’t divulge the breakdown, but I believe the three of us have 10 [ … ]