How to Create Your Own User Research Repository in 4 Steps

Today almost every product team has a researcher or a user research team. These teams perform crucial functions in research and allow other parts of the company to have access to valuable user insights. What’s more, they may determine or alter the primary direction of product development. A user research repository is like storage for … Read more

Why you need a feature request tracking system

As a user, what products do you really love? The ones that feel like they can read your mind? Products that make your workflows effortless? Products that entertain you? Products that work with the tools you already have? Whatever those things might be, Product Managers keep a close eye on them. They usually have some … Read more

Master User Requirements with MoSCoW Model Of Prioritization

Most apps we use today look pretty different in comparison to their initial releases. The same goes for your business and your users. New apps come and go and very few actually survive the competition. Some get sidelined, while others perish and this phenomenon has a lot to do with how the app-makers prioritize what … Read more

The 7 Best Prioritization Models in Agile Product Development

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Agile product development can be much more complex than regular processes, especially since it comprises several self-organizing teams. That presents some unprecedented potential problems because managing the team while trying to release the product can be a bit challenging which is why many agile product development teams prefer to work on a prioritization model when … Read more

8 Ways for Product Managers to Collect User Feedback

Collecting user feedback is one of the most essential approaches to creating a product the users and market will love. Fortunately, most of the development methodologies allow for doing at early development stages  – starting from your idea validation and ending with real-life testing of your MVP. What’s more, collecting customer feedback is a never-ending … Read more