Category Archives: Product Design

Your Product Needs to be 10x Better than the Competition to Win.

Author : Mark Suster Last night I had the great privilege to interview Bill Gross, one of the Internet’s true pioneers. To say he has had an impact on the web would be an understatement. His impact has even helped … Continue reading

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Stanford’s Design thinking ToolKit

This presentation is intended as an active toolkit to support your design thinking practice. The guide is not just to read – but to try the tools yourself. Stanford's Design thinking Bootcamp bootleg 2010 View more documents from Fred Zimny

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Young Promising CEO

We often complain that India has a dearth of product companies, but young student start-ups are trying to defy the stereotypes. We bring to you the young CEO who is just a little over 22yrs of age and has brought … Continue reading

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Tech Toys For 2011

Source : Business World 5 gadgets the Indian corporate honchos are looking forward to in 2011 NEXT GEN IPAD (Raman Roy, chairman and managing director, Quatrro) ALL-IN-ONE PC (George Paul, executive vice-president, HCL Infosystems) 3d LED TV (Ravi Venkatesan, chairman, … Continue reading

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Once You’ve Solved for the Novice, You Need to Handle the Pro

Everybody has some portion of their life that is repetitive.  For these cases we want software that is optimized for massive iteration.  Yet often modern software is only optimized for the novice under the mantra of “simplicity.”

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RockMelt : The newest browser

Rockmelt is Your Browser, Re-Imagined , ideally suited for heavy users of Facebook. Rockmelt is based on the open source project Chromium ( Google Chrome and Chrome OS ).

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Design for the Novice, Configure for the Pro

I recently wrote about my philosophy of minimalism that “less is more” with the mantra “when in doubt, leave it out.” I’ve had a long-standing rule of thumb in product design, which I call “design for the novice, configure for … Continue reading

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