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A series of guides on building foundations for your product ideas.
Learn how to build the right thing with less friction and more transparency.
BUILDERS & STRATEGY: 1 of 3
Why designers and engineers should drive strategic decisions
Builders—designers and engineers broadly—bring to life the ideas of the working collective. They focus on solving concrete problems with tangible solutions and pushing for experiences that feel intuitive and considered because they live in the specifics of the experience and functionality being created.
BUILDERS & STRATEGY: 2 of 3
Uncover value through testing
As builders, we make things for people. As product builders, we make things for people to use to fulfill specific needs and get to specific outcomes.
Product/Market Fit: 4 of 4
How do I know if anyone will pay for what I’m building?
Have you built a product people use but you have not yet had people pay for it? If so you are essentially subsidizing a thing you built. It may be with your own money or with someone else’s money but your business is not yet self-sustaining or ready for scale.
Product/Market Fit: 3 of 4
What about finding product/market fit for a marketplace?
People sometimes think they are on the way to product/market fit because they’ve identified a complex system that can be better optimized. Taking a step back - this is identifying a systemic problem - not necessarily a solution that people want to use and pay for.
Product/Market Fit: 2 of 4
How do I know if I’m on the right path to product/market fit with my idea?
A crucial half-step to product/market fit is identifying a problem that a specific set of people have and care about solving. The second half step is finding the “tip of the spear” for a particular solution that these people want to use.
Product/Market Fit: 1 of 4
What is Product / Market Fit?
Product/market fit is a term that defines a very specific milestone in a company’s lifecycle. Hitting product/market fit is when the company is ready to sell the product and scale the solution for many users who all share the same need. Product/market fit is what creates the foundation for a self-sustaining, scaled business.
How Foundations: Roadmaps prioritization works
The most powerful part of Roadmaps is the dynamic prioritization and sequencing algorithm with 100+ different logic combinations and outcomes.
Foundations: Product & Design Guides
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