By Scott Hurff
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And without knowing who you’re serving and what they need, building product is simply another form of optimistic speculation. But wouldn’t the Build-Measure-Learn feedback loop that’s been popularized by the Lean Startup model solve this problem? Isn’t the right path to “validate” your ideas with a “minimum viable product” through customer interviews? The methodology behind the 30×500 class openly challenges what’s become common wisdom and all-too-frequent buzzwords in technologyland. info into startup culture.
It’s not coincidental. Products are failing at more rapid rates than ever. We realize that a more human-centered worldview is required if digital products are going to be successful. That’s because the rapid adoption of the Internet and mobile technology—and with it the possibility of instant distribution—has turned many of us over to bad habits. Making matters worse, our customers’ attention spans are fracturing. People are becoming lazier. New products need to work harder than ever to stand out and get attention.
A reliable record When people are speaking in “meatspace,” you either have to remember what they said, scribble notes, or awkwardly record your conversation. Online observation, though, is out there for you to read and parse at your leisure. Time to analyze Online observation provides “the ability to disassociate what someone is saying from what you interpret them saying,” says 30×500 coteacher Alex Hillman. Distance You’re not physically present to influence anybody’s opinions, nor are you tempted to pull the research pitch—the act of pitching your product while asking people what they want.