Posts Tagged ‘user interface’

I was looking for good Product Management reading material, and was referred by a friend to the book “Getting Real” by 37Signals. What did I like? This book gets straight to the point, there is no bullshit whatsoever and it makes no apologies for that. Equally there is no room for bullshit in the product; […]

Monday, July 27th, 2009 at 23:35 0 comments

The initial temptation when pricing a product is to use cost plus pricing, where you add a mysterious comfort buffer to your costs to work out your rate card. Articles like this one where the author advocates that “I generally start at 10x and drop the x-factor down from there until I arrive at something that […]

Friday, July 3rd, 2009 at 20:59 1 comment

I am really focusing on user interfaces at the moment, both due to requirements at work and personal interest. It is one of those areas where the computer science ends, and the people science begins. It is very rare to come across a good user interface, in fact UI’s have reached the stage of ridicule […]

Thursday, September 11th, 2008 at 00:11 0 comments