Saturday 11th October, 2014
2:00pm to 2:45pm
Categories: Product Strategy, Requirements Definitions, Product Development
Great software products start with an MVP or a set of baseline requirements, but what happens afterward? Things like smooth credit card processing and user logins are inherent parts of the user experience - and while they won't "make" your customer's experience, they can ruin it. This panel will discuss some of the hidden details that go into an amazing product and how you can begin planning for them in your own projects.
Proud District resident, web developer, performer. bio from Twitter
Joseph Mosby is the lead engineer at APCO Worldwide, a strategic communications and branding firm where he's pitched and built several products for the firm's clients. He was also the first engineering hire at Routeam, a gym and personal training management platform. Joseph loves to walk the line between engineer and business developer when working with any company or project.
Chief Technologist at Routeam bio from LinkedIn
Andrew is currently a cofounder and chief technologist at Routeam. Andrew is helping to build a modern software-as-a-service product that helps health and fitness industry providers work with their health goal achievers through ease of use and data driven results.
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