The cost of revenue refers to the costs accrued to generate revenue and usually comes from either cost-to-serve or cost of acquisition.
Problem statements are an often neglected yet immensely important part of any UX/UI design initiative. Here’s why.
The optimal sprint length has always been a discussion-provoking topic. Although two-week sprints are standard, it’s not always the most appropriate length for a given context.
ASO includes both how highly the app ranks for direct search results, as well as how discoverable your application is.
Earlier in my career, I took over a team with a history of productivity issues. This is the story of how we reduced cycle time by ~66 percent and work in progress by ~50 percent, all in the span of six weeks.
2023 is here, and so is a new slate of conferences and events. To help you plan, we’ve prepared a comprehensive list of product management conferences, both on-site and virtual.
A sprint review is used to inspect the increment delivered in the previous iteration and determine the direction of further iterations.
Product virality is the most efficient, cheapest, and yet hardest-to-grasp growth engine you can build. Learn how to improve the virality of your product based on examples from companies like Snapchat, Uber, and Dropbox.
Discover what the peak-end rule is and how it can help provide better UX by optimizing peak and end experiences for your users.
In simple terms, a product-led growth model is a type of business model where the product itself drives all core business activities.
A design hypothesis is a cornerstone of the UX and UI design process that helps define research needs and influences the final outcome.
Although creating a packaging strategy matrix is a complex and time-consuming endeavor, small improvements in your packaging strategy can make a significant impact on your product performance and bottom line.