Lean Product Design
We want to build things people want. For a product to succeed, it has to meet the needs of its users. Product-market fit must be achieved, so people will want to pay for, use, and stay engaged with we've made for them. And to share their positive experience with colleagues and friends. As such, we also want to not build things people don't want. The easiest design to create is no design, and the easiest code to write and maintain is no code. This track will explore techniques and case studies for the most minimal ways to determine what to build and not build, and how to quantify that with meaningful data.