Acest articol face parte din seria Deconstructing the Product, în care luăm produse consacrate dintr-o serie de industrii, reconstruind-o pe baza cercetării de UX de pe care o facem cu utilizatori reali ai produselor.
Acest articol face parte din Episodul 2 din seria Product Deconstruction unde ne uităm la produse consacrate din piața și, pe baza discuției cu utilizatorii, aducem o perspectiva de îmbunătățire și propuneri de redesign a experientei de utilizator.
În acest episod discutam despre aplicația web BT24 pentru persoane juridice si prototipul poate fi testat mai jos.
Do these new job names puzzle you too?
Chief Innovation Officer.
Business Model Designer.
Digital Transformation Manager.
Improving people’s health and lives is a relentless driver of innovation across the world. As technology became fundamental for improving and delivering healthcare, it also acted as a catalyst for growth. This is visible not just through sheer observation but especially when you look at the data.
Before I started working in innovation and product management, I worked in the corporate world.
I had the chance to spend time with great companies like SAP, Vodafone, IBM, Enea, and Microsoft.
I was really young and wanted to contribute to changing things, to build new and awesome projects and help the company grow.
Revolut is a phenomenon. There is no doubt about it. The fast growing unicorn in the fintech space took the world by storm… well maybe not the world, but at least Europe.
NOTE: if you are a long time CEO or executive, you already know everything in this post. If you are not, read on.
Recently, I negotiated a contract. Poorly.
I got a request for a project quote from a customer and I had all my ducks in a row.
About a year ago, I was going through a rough period with WiseUp: I felt like we were doing really good work, providing good value for our customers, and treating our employees well.
We were doing the things that all those inspiring articles on Techcrunch and Business Insider preached… and it sucked.
Today we had big issues with one the products we are working on. Late night, customer complaints, fixing bugs on live product: basically driving a flaming car.