A Top-Down Approach to Product Design in Agile Environment


Product Design is an engineering process. It is not just about drawing a beautiful user interface, it is about building a solution to a user's need. It is a succession of logical steps in thinking and writing, which I recommend to browse through sequentially. And the best approach to my experience is going top down.

Product Manager or Product Owner?

Sorry if you're a Product Owner and that you feel you're doing the same than a Product Manager. Either you're actually not, or your company didn't give you the proper job title. And then I strongly encourage you to settle that.

Getting things done with Scrum

This post is not about Agile. It is about getting things done. And it is about a process that serves business objectives. Understanding your context is key in selecting a methodology, so that you can then embrace it, and finally make it yours. In that specific order.

The Right Tool for the Right Task

Proper tooling can be extremely helpful for a Product Manager. And it's always hard to find exactly what you need. I'll be discussing the tools I used, what I liked and disliked about them. What are your thoughts?

Product vs Technology

An invention may not sell itself. Even a genius and visionary person may need to lean back, go through the basics and eat his own dog food before he can actually make money out of it.