Everything you need to conduct better product discovery.
Reading the Sirius Decisions 2017 Product Management Tools and Technology Study this morning, I was struck by their finding that we are on the cusp of a major shift in how product leaders manage their products.
productboard gives you a map of your problem space, and a structure for organizing your feature ideas within it. It helps you identify the feature ideas with the greatest projected impact on users, and offers one-click access to the research, feedback, feature requests emails, and support tickets that inspired each feature idea in the first place.
Processing user research and feedback enables product managers to validate existing feature ideas, uncover new user needs, and discover overall user trends.
Index and Credo are investing in productboard’s vision to build the dream tool for product managers
Index and Credo invest in productboard’s vision to help companies make products people want San Francisco — October 18, 2016 — productboard, the pioneering system of record for product management, today announced it has raised its first round of capital — $1.3 million in seed funding. The investment, co-led by Index Ventures and Credo Ventures with participation
If you’re a data-driven product manager, chances are you’ve long dreamed of being able to quantify the projected impact every feature will have on your users:
Here are 3 custom data columns to use to make it easier to display whatever data you’d like to display on your boards for prioritization and release planning.
As is customary at the year’s end, I wanted to reflect and write a post for our productboard community. I thought about what to write and then I realized I’d already said it in an internal message to our team. And since we have a culture built on transparency, I decided to turn it into an open letter and share it with all of you here.
A private beta is a typical first step for many startups. We all start with an idea but we need someone to validate the problem and solution first, before we spend valuable time building something nobody wants. (Or at least that’s how it should work.)
Many of the design tools and frameworks that I mentioned previously such as personas, experience maps, Indi Young’s mental models etc. try to get teams on the same page. They leverage the power of structured visual communication to align everyone. But the adoption of such approaches in the real world is limited. The tools and techniques are not well understood, they are only used departmentally, or are overly complex to create, difficult to comprehend and continuously update, and challenging to share with an entire organization.
productboard is designed for product decision-makers as a delightful, easy-to-use tool that can be used standalone, or as a complement for traditional product delivery tools.