The Founder's Foyer with Aishwarya: Product–founder–channel market fit, building & launching 0-1 products
Ft. Emily Tate, Managing Director of Mind the Product, world’s largest community of product people. We discuss about customer feedback, user research, founder toolkit for launching, & more
Here’s this week’s update from the The Founder’s Foyer show!
Launching the product you build involves massive effort—not just in terms of shipping, but also figuring out the ways in which your audience finds satisfaction with your product. Do they find value? Of course, it’s important to align your product with the market, especially with the right problems to be solved.
How to build and launch a product that people find value in? There’s so much nuance to what gets built, what goes out as an experience for the user, and they way they get to interact with the product to solve their problems.
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Emily and Aishwarya chat about:
Emily's early path into product, many years ago
Establishing a product career when there was no clarity around
Building the smallest audience group that believes in our product
Why building the product alone is not enough
Founder-market fit & channel-market fit [why product-market fit is overrated]
What's user experience delight and how to achieve that?
Why delight shouldn't cover for a bad product
How was product prioritization done decades ago? [Ahead of RICE]
What's product sense and how to get better at it?
How to conduct effective customer feedback interviews?
Things to avoid while looking through customer feedback
How external factors play a role with building and launching products
Why user research is so dynamic and ever changing with the time
Emotional and motivational triggers for products
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Have a great week ahead,