Have you ever found yourself asking why you spent AGES building a feature that nobody uses?
Companies often want to go Agile because it promises a more collaborative, market-centric and frequent delivery of product to market. In practice, however, gaps start to emerge because the rest of the business hasn’t adapted its adjacent processes to cope with the move to Agile. Nick Coster, Co-founder of Brainmates (@brainmates), talks through the challenges and proposes some solutions to bridging the Agile Business Gap.
Simple usability testing tool for websites. I particularly liked that I was hooked in by someone asking for a quick favour on Twitter to test the usability of some web pages, which then showcased IntuitionHQ’s ease of use. Nice.
IntuitionHQ – Website Usability Testing
Lovely article from Joel Gascoigne about why startups should just start charging from the outset, and why it’s not that big a deal to evolve and change pricing later on – as long as you don’t screw over your existing customers.
Have a read here: Pricing your product: it doesn’t have to be so complicated.
Set up a “Launching Soon” page in minutes. Collect interest, increase sharing and build your audience.
Take a look at LaunchRock!
An intriguing and nonintuitive aspect of customer satisfaction is that sometimes the feature that provides the most satisfaction is one that customers didn’t know they wanted until they saw it. – Mike Cohn
Take a read here: I Didn’t Know I Needed That! | Mountain Goat Software.
Android app is still in beta, but worth a quick look. Handy if you’re a freelancer, or just need to keep tabs on your multitasking!