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How I Started a Company in 72 Hours

Recently, I helped found a company with 3-Day Startup. 3-Day Startup (3DS) is a program that assists college students (and current professionals) with creating a new company over the course of a weekend. 553 more words

Startup Spotlight

MVP vs. Perfectionism - balancing risk and reward

There’s a popular term in business today – MVP i.e. Minimum Viable Product. This has been applied more broadly than just new product development. Blogs are a case in point. 623 more words

Business Strategy

#5: Minimum viable product is not always the minimum

So you’ve got your idea, you’ve got your perfect customer and target audience. Now, you need to determine your minimum viable product or MVP. 367 more words

Notes on How Fidelity Is Reshaping Their Company to be User-Focussed with Responsive Design

Based on a podcast (link here) by Karen McGrane and Ethan Marcotte, featuring Fidelity’s Steve Turbek, SVP, User Experience Design and Brian Hurley, SVP, Fidelity.com Platform Experience.  880 more words

Product Development

Product Vision and Customer Experience

A product encompasses any source of value that customers obtain from your company. This extends to the customers’ experience. – The Lean Start-Up, Eric Ries… 325 more words

Business Model

The First Entry Doesn't Matter

Some authors want to start their blogs (originally known as “weblogs”) with wonderful, lengthy, detailed stories. They’ll spend hours perfecting their 2000-word epic, obsessing over every syllable, ensuring that millions will flock to read their heartfelt story immediately after their blog is launched to the public. 338 more words

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Designing Content for Product Experiences with Facebook's Jonathon Colman

From the UIE virtual seminar Designing Content for Product Experiences, Dec 2014, available at http://aycl.uie.com

What is a content strategist?

  • “We plan for the creation, publication, and governance of useful, usable content.”–Kristina Halvorson…
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Content Strategy