Karapet Gyumjibashyan on LinkedIn: Banana UX for Product Managers | 158 comments🍌 Bananas have the best UX among all fruits As a product manager, you can learn a lot from it Let's dive in 👇 #productmanagement #startups #design #ux | 158 comments on LinkedInLinkedInKarapet Gyumjibashyan This post hits hard!!! Having worked
About two decades back I picked up my first film based camera and started my journy in photography. Living close to the Western Ghats, I gravitaed towards landscape photography almost instantly. About 50 miles from Bangalore, on the way to Mysore (SH 17), there is a small town - Ramanagara.
These numbers are simply staggering.
You know your one-pager is working when it sparks a conversation and interaction within the team. These conversation help create shared understanding around values, outcomes, impact, opportunity, viability and risk.
I cannot stress enough but emphasize that the best camera is the one that is always on you. Once again waling my 4 legged friend for an early morning walk / play / run at Myrtle beach. The sun was just rising, but I was too late, lazy and tired to set
A thread by Nikita Bier : After 10 years of building consumer social apps, I've decided to start exploring new areas. Building these products is an unforgiving grind—but I learned a lot along the way. For those embarking on this path, here's everything you need to know: TIME FOR A
When you have a dog, the most annoying thing is that rain or shine, hot or cold; you got to take him out for their early morning walk. The best part of walking your dog in winter are the magical sunrises and the colorful skies that are hard to miss.
Today, instead of making a long list of tasks, I simply look at my agenda and identify what's the one thing that I do today will have the highest impact.
Came across this fascinating text file today https://lateblt.tripod.com/bit68.txt. Reminded me of my Computer Architecture class in college. Two things stood out and is proably the most important information: Generally, when a CPU chip first receives power, it must be reset by receiving a pulse on
Even as a product manager when I pick up a software to further build it out, certain features need context becasue outright they just feel weird. Only after talking to first generation product manager, it becomes clear why a feature was built the way it is.