In 2013, not one, but two tech companies took the leap into data-driven political dramas. Only, Amazon’s got an IMDb got a 7.6 rating, and Netflix’s creation got a 9.0. Both are well-funded companies, familiar with techniques such as iterative processes, collecting user feedback, and specialized data analysis. The difference lies in their treatment of data.
In this post, we’ll be comparing the difference between data-driven and data-informed product design.
Y Combinator’s How to Start a Startup stressed two important things that every entrepreneur and early-stage startup needs to focus on: 1) building your product and 2) talking to your users. For the latter, they even got Twitch’s founder Emmett Shear to talk about How to Run a User Interview and his past experience of starting a business without running user interviews (versus running user interviews for Twitch) in a video lecture.
1. Coffee bots mean no more waiting in line for caffeine.
It’s almost like having your own personal barista who knows just how you like your latte — or even better, looks like our dream of not having a convo before our first-cup-of-the-day can finally come true.
Managing software projects is no easy task. In this post, we will share what our project managers (PM) do and how they work with developers on software projects, which begins the minute our PMs receive a wireframe from the designers.
As a technologist with over 30 years of experience navigating marketing and entrepreneurial landscapes, Guy Kawasaki knows a thing or two about entrepreneurial success. The following list reveals the 10 most common pitfalls Guy has seen entrepreneurs make when building high growth companies.