For our first episode back after a summer break, we chat with Philip Pantelides, who takes us on a journey through Japan, Indonesia and beyond. (er, Bristol.) As the Head of Product for Premium Services at Cookpad, Philip has become known for his unstinting attention to detail, and taking rapid prototyping to a whole new level.
We set ourselves a really clear sprint question, one that you can answer with a yes or a no… [and] at the end of 5 [user] tests, we’ll know how that the user would have answered that question… Unless a minimum of 3 – usually 4 or 5 – are a strong yes, it’s a fail and we’ll have to go back around again.
Listen if you’d like to learn more about
- Rapid prototyping
- Lean development for apps
Links mentioned in this episode
- ProductTank Bristol
- Follow Philip onTwitter,Medium或者LinkedIn, and his work atCookpad
- Clayton Christianson,Competing Against Luck(US/UK/DE)
The Product Experience is hosted by Lily Smith and Randy Silver.
Lilyenjoys working as a consultant product manager with early stage and growing startups and as a mentor to other product managers. Lily has spent 13 years in the tech industry working mainly with startups in the SaaS and mobile space. She has worked on a diverse range of products – leading the product teams through discovery, prototyping, testing and delivery. Lily also founded ProductTank in Bristol, the Product Managers’ meetup with regular events and talks on Product now with 800+ members and growing. Now the Product Director at Symec, Lily also runs ProductCamp in Bristol & Bath.
A recovering music journalist and editor,Randy一直在美国和英国作为近20年的互动生产者和产品经理。在美国和英国推出亚马逊的音乐商店后，Randy与博物馆和艺术团体合作，在线教育，媒体和娱乐，零售和金融服务。他在汇丰银行和索恩伯里举行了产品角色负责人，在那里他还指示了他们的100 + -Person产品社区。Now a trainer, Discovery and Leadership consultant, he’s spoken at Mind the Product Engage (Hamburg and Manchester), the Business of Software, Turing Festival, a number of ProductTanks (London, Zurich, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Oxford, and Brighton… so far!) and at conferences across the US and Europe.
Our theme music is from Hamburg-based Pau, featuring ProductTank Hamburg’s own Arne Kittler on bass.Listen to more on their Facebook page
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