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Product review: Superhuman

My summary of Superhuman before using it? I expect an email service, similar to Google’s Gmail, but stronger on user experience and security. How does Superhuman explain itself in the first minute? When I go to the Superhuman website I see a promise of “The fastest email experience ever made”, followed by a call to […]

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My product management toolkit (45): Sales Safari

If you feel that doing customer interviews might not give you the learnings that you’re looking for or that you want to add a new source of customer insights, then it might be worth going on a “Sales Safari”. Sales Safari is an online audience research method developed by Amy Hoy. Sales Safari is about […]

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Product review: Stitch Fix

My summary of Stitch Fix before using it? I expect Stitch Fix to offer second hand clothing, but that’s purely based on the name 🙂 Alternatively, you can use Stitch Fix to get your existing clothing items repaired. How does Stitch Fix explain itself in the first minute? When I download the Stitch Fix iOS […]

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Product review: Prose

My summary of Prose before using it? I’ve heard some venture capital friends talk admiringly about Prose and their approach to personalisation. All I know is that Prose sells hair products, but being 100% bald myself 🙂 that’s as far as my knowledge goes. How does Prose explain itself in the first minute? When I […]

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Product review: Run The World

My summary of Run The World before using it? I expect a platform which makes it easy for people to run events virtually, similar to Hopin and Eventbrite. How does Run The World explain itself in the first minute? The first thing I see when I go to the Run The World site is a […]