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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 […]

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Digital Content Digital Publishing Gamification Online Trends Product Management Social Media Startups User Experience

Product review: Sessions

My summary of Sessions before using it? I expect a platform where I can share live content, for others to engage with – similar to Clubhouse or lu.ma. How does Sessions explain itself in the first minute? When I go to https://sessionslive.com/ I see at a glance that this site sells tickets, for different acts. […]

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Product Management Startups Technology User Experience

Product review: Sojo

My summary of Sojo before using it? I believe Sojo is a app focused on sustainable clothing; helping people resell their clothes or repair them. How does Sojo explain itself in the first minute? “Clothing alterations and repairs, made easy” is what it says on Sojo’s landing screen, followed by a “Get started!” button. How […]

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Digital Content Gamification Online Trends Product Management Startups Technology User Experience

Product review: Clockwise

My summary of Clockwise before using it? I expect a product that helps me manage my calendar and my tasks. How does Clockwise explain itself in the first minute? “Escape the cha0s of work and find your focus with Clockwise” reads the main strap-line on https://www.getclockwise.com/. I then read that Clockwise is a smart calendar […]

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eCommerce Product Management Technology User Experience

Product review: Faire

My summary of Faire before using it? I think Faire is a marketplace not too dissimilar to eBay, Depop or Etsy. The biggest difference being that Fairy is a B2B marketplace, so I expect more of a focus on wholesale and product categories geared towards businesses. How does Faire explain itself in the first minute? […]