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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

Why I cringe when I hear the title “Product Manager”

The word “manage” makes me uncomfortable; less in the context of People, and more in the context of Products, especially Web products that are rapidly owned or discarded by users. Why put the word Manager in the title of someone whose

Why I cringe when I hear the title “Product Manager”

The word “manage” makes me uncomfortable; less in the context of People, and more in the context of Products, especially Web products that are rapidly owned or discarded by users. Why put the word Manager in the title of someone whose