I bet you’ve found yourself in this situation. You’re trying to get your head around the main user problem your new product is going to solve. The thing is, for every question you try to answer, several more questions arise.
I was recently asked this question:
Do you have a rule of thumb for deciding how much evidence is sufficient for decision-making? I often see decisions made on the basis of a sample of one.
Read on for my answer:
I’ve been talking to web developers, engineers and product people about APIs. After all, they’re the ones using them. From our discussions, it’s clear that the best web APIs share some common traits. Would you like to know what’s going to make yours more successful?