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behavior design, user behavior, designing healthy behavior, habit formation

Behavior-led Design & my first handwritten presentation

I recently created a hand-written presentation on the Basics of Behavior-led Design that I’d like to share. Why Behavior-led Design? I often develop ideas using frameworks within Behavioral Science and Psychology. They help me structure and test for customer appeal. More importantly, this

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behavior design, user behavior, designing healthy behavior, habit formation

Behavior-led Design & my first handwritten presentation

I recently created a hand-written presentation on the Basics of Behavior-led Design that I’d like to share. Why Behavior-led Design? I often develop ideas using frameworks within Behavioral Science and Psychology. They help me structure and test for customer appeal. More importantly, this

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In a world where everyone wants to be a VP, who wants to be a PV?

Product visionary (PV) is a title missing in action. It rarely exists in product companies, and when it does, its unofficial, often appended on to founders or their chief advisors. In a few years from now this title will exist

In a world where everyone wants to be a VP, who wants to be a PV?

Product visionary (PV) is a title missing in action. It rarely exists in product companies, and when it does, its unofficial, often appended on to founders or their chief advisors. In a few years from now this title will exist