Sprig founder and CEO Ryan Glasgow explains why the key to building successful products is understanding your users and what they want.
Practical models for builders on how to decentralize web3, from 'full' to 'open' decentralization (including IP), as well as NFTs and tokenization protocols
Widely accessible design tools like Figma and Canva force experienced designers to adopt new roles: project manager, systems architect, and user advocate.
Modern software’s uniformity has fueled a craving for more interesting, personalized, opinionated tools — turning inanimate pixels into something with soul.
No code, SaaS, APIs have led to faster yet more heterogeneous systems: developers work in rainforests, not planned gardens.
What does it mean to be productive? In a post-pandemic world, we need multidimensional measures to understand worker productivity.
Developing product thinking is not just for designers and PMs. Anyone in the business of building products or understanding trends can use this framework.
Developers are the key to solving business problems and to thriving, not just surviving, argues Jeff Lawson, CEO of Twilio, in his new book.
A peak inside Apple: the creative process, how teams were organized, what it was like demo'ing for Steve Jobs, and many other fun stories.