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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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Product review: Coda

My summary of Coda before using it? A document sharing product, plain and simple. Probably similar to Google Docs, making it easy for people to share information and collaborate. How does Coda explain itself in the first minute? “Enough of this sheet” reads the strap-line above the fold on Coda’s homepage, followed by “It’s time […]

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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 […]