To do this, we need to have a very clear business email list understanding of our products and users. Only in this way can we abstract the user's specific usage scenarios and usage environments. Only by designing products with a sense of immersion, it is possible to create products with temperature.
The real use environment can reflect the product manager's control over the details. A reading APP and a takeaway ordering APP, both the user and the use environment, determine their differences.
Good product design is the foundation of user experience, and the core skills of product managers should be kept in mind and mastered.
3. Product landing
Product landing: good idea ≠ good product
After going through the previous requirements analysis and product design, don't think that everything will be fine. This is just the beginning. If you have a good idea, but it cannot be implemented, it is equal to zero.
In the situation I encountered, the reasons for not being able to land were one technical reason and one resource reason.
The technical reasons may be that the development cannot be realized, or the existing industry development cannot be solved, which are basically flaws. It's not that the product design is bad, but that it is too difficult to implement at the moment.
When we were working on an after-sales system before, we had a requirement that when customer service placed an order, we could copy a piece of text and then automatically resolve the address. It doesn't seem that difficult now, but at that time, there was no perfect solution, so it was nothing.