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Fyber at ProductCamp 2014

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It’s not easy to create a product that consumers love, and creating an enjoyable user experience requires much more than a clean interface and easy usability. On September 13th, the Fraunhofer Fokus Institute in Berlin opened its doors to ProductCamp 2014, where attendees were eager to learn how to strike that elusive balance which makes a great product. Product managers, agile coaches, scrum masters, and more – joined in a day of workshops and talks on various product development topics, from Iterative & Incremental Product Development to Developer Marketing to using Google Analytics for customer research.

The Fyber team had the opportunity to meet a lot of great attendees and to learn more about the importance of following a structured design process; asking customers what they want, creating user personas and doing what you do – with love.

As for sharing our own knowledge, Fyber’s very own Technical Product Manager, Jakub Uniejewski, was honored with the opportunity to give a talk on product experience. Jakub provided three real-life stories from his career which demonstrated that product experience is much more than just UX. User experience issues might arise with no fault on the part of the product manager, as external circumstances that one can’t influence often come into play. However, it’s up to the product manager to research and solve these issues and on occasions, it may require taking bold decisions for a better user experience, over short term gains. The takeaway is; you’ve got to take risks, be bold, and be innovative to become a good product manager – not to mention possessing good research and analytical skills worthy of Sherlock Holmes.

We’re looking forward to the next series of ProductCamp events coming up in Q4, which will take place not only in Germany, but globally in Australia and the U.S. See you all there!

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