Product Development

You have an idea. Now it’s time to turn it into a brilliant and beautiful product. In this course, you’ll learn specialized tactics to study your user, create testable wireframes, and transform them into fully functioning features and products.

Anita Cohen-Williams Experienced in SEO and Social Media Management since 1994

June 16th, 2016

We are looking to have an app built for a new venture. The app needs to run on both Android and Apple products, and be able to send the product one... More

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Bron Davies CTO at Beakn Mobile, LLC

May 12th, 2016

We have had a unique, cutting edge product in the market for about a year now and sales progress has been slow.  What strategies should be implemented?... More

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Richard Pridham Investor, President & CEO at Retina Labs

Last updated on February 26th, 2017

Nathan Terrazas

July 21st, 2015

We're in the midst of the ultimate startup dilemma- we don't know how to code! What advice or resources would you suggest we go to for help with building... More

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Anonymous

January 20th, 2016

Thinking about launching a new product which would be largely be used on tablet/phone and on the go.  How do you best tackle getting something out... More

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Richard Pridham Investor, President & CEO at Retina Labs

July 20th, 2015

My co-founder and I are down to the short straws on a new start-up. We've vetted several ideas and are down to a few. We feel that 2 are potentially... More

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Svyatoslav Dormidontov Web-developer

September 26th, 2016

What is more important to have a great idea or to have a masterful execution regardless of the idea? More

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Richard Pridham Investor, President & CEO at Retina Labs

January 28th, 2015

I'm looking for feedback on ways to validate your business model and market need prior to MVP build. I have a concept that I believe is valid and... More

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Nate Holbrook Founder / CEO at Lilac

June 20th, 2015

Great product managers must be the “CEO” of their product. If that’s the case, why don’t more CEOs come from product management positions/backgrounds?  More

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GREG WOOD

August 1st, 2016

Until now we have always outsourced our technology development. Now we are at a critical point where we need to add this key talent to our team. What... More

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