In pursuit of Product Excellence

product-market fit
What is Product-Market Fit?
Product-market fit is associated with a company's product's ability to satisfy the market's needs. The balance or relationship between the market's demand and the product's capabilities and serviceability to fulfill those demands. It is the level of compatibility between product and market.
weighted scoring
What is Weighted Scoring? How to create a weighted scoring framework, benefits, and FAQs.
Weighted Scoring is a model used for prioritization of the actions, tasks, decisions, features, and other initiatives by assigning a numerical value that is based on the cost advantage or the effort value of the particular action.
unique selling proposition usp
What is a Unique Selling Proposition (USP)? USP creation, examples, benefits, and FAQs.
The distinguishing factor that attracts the customers and makes the product or service stand out from the competitors is called the Unique Selling Proposition or USP. It is a unique point associated with the product like a differentiating feature, capability, cost, or some other customer-centric aspect that accounts for its
What is DesignOps? DesignOps overview, explanation, and FAQs.
DesignOps or design operations is the range of methods or a mindset of assimilating workflow of the design team with the broader backdrop of product development. The operations involve design team expansion, workflow design, design and design team's impact analysis, and enhancement.
DACI decision-making framework
DACI Decision-Making Framework - Useful Guide
DACI is an acronym for driver, accountable, contributor or consulted, and informed, these are the specialized roles assigned to project team members. DACI is a decision-making framework helpful for team projects, in terms of speeding up the pace of the project and eases complex group decision-making processes by the smart
acceptance criteria
What is an Acceptance Criteria? Acceptance criteria characteristics, format, and FAQs.
Acceptance criteria in Agile are the set of default requirements that are to be fulfilled by the developers to complete a user story. Acceptance criteria are in other words a set of points on a check box that must be ticked to mark the scope of a user story.
design thinking
What is Design Thinking? 5 stages, Advantages, FAQs.
Design thinking is a person-centered and user-centered approach to product design that promotes problem solving and innovation.
user experience ux
What is meant by User Experience (UX)? User experience explanation, importance, and FAQs.
User experience or UX, as the term explicitly states, is the experience of the user with a product (software).
alpha test
What is an Alpha Test? Alpha Test explanation, overview, and FAQs.
Alpha test is a type of user acceptance test conducted at the internal level of the company by the in-house testing teams in a laboratory environment.
user persona
All you need to know about User Persona - Advantages, types, uses, challenges, FAQs.
User Persona is a partly fictional profile that is created by a company to demonstrate the different kinds of customers or target audience that will use their product or services.
What is Churn? Churn definition, examples, reason, and FAQs.
Churn is defined as the percentage of customers that cancel or choose not to renew their subscriptions in a given period of time.
business model canvas
What is Business Model Canvas? Definition, importance, and FAQs.
A business model canvas refers to a short summarized report including the basic details of the strategy on how to introduce any product or service to the market.