“Stop designing for everyone and focus only on YOUR customers.” Something I’ve mentioned in the last few weeks is to steer from what do we like to what’s good for us and our customers. Such a simple thing, but needs asking plenty of times.
“Discovering and defining the right problems to solve is one of the most difficult parts of the product management process.” I’m starting to use Jobs to be Done to frame each user problem. It’s working well so far!
“So is it a road bike or an off road bike? Is it a commuter? A touring bike? It is all of them; rolled into one.” Chris Wright from Wiggle shares his adventures riding to Mount Snowdon on a gravel bike carrying everything he’d need. Nice shout out to Wahoo keeping them on track to bike pack!
“Margaret Hamilton wasn’t supposed to invent the modern concept of software and land men on the moon. It was 1960, not a time when women were encouraged to seek out high-powered technical work.” Such a fantastic read about moving the human race forward by sticking to what you believe in.
I so feel this! Half a day at the weekend can sometimes be devoted to doing homework with the children. Weekends should be for play! As a sidenote, the playgrounds in the UK are pretty poor compared to The Netherlands for example. Great read!