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The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps
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The Top Strategies Behind Addictive Apps

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FEATURED COMPANIES/FOUNDERS:
- Rameet Chawla and Ryan Matzner, Fueled https://www.33voices.com/interviews/creating-products-users-actually-care-about
- Rytis Vitkauskas, YPlan https://www.33voices.com/interviews/creating-tonights-going-out-app
- Robb Myer, NoWait
https://www.33voices.com/interviews/helping-diners-skip-the-line

INSIGHTS & INTERVIEW LINKS:

YPlan:

- Prioritize users fundamental needs - Fancy features delight once, utility builds habit.
- Anticipate users’ emotions while using the app. Capitalize on them.

NoWait:

- You can’t build an app based on assumptions - Ask your user what their pain points and relieve them.
- To balance businesses and consumer feedback remember this key tip: If a new feature negatively impacts the business, you lose both users.
- Communicate with engineers to internalize the problem and you’ll empower them to build real solutions.
- Test new features with local partners first. Monitor their experiences and iterate before releasing.
- Once you start designing hold feedback until the next cycle. Stick to the process: Design. Build. Release.

Fueled:

- Avoid DSD - Download, Smile, Delete - Build a solid technology product, not a marketing campaign
- Forget top 10 lists - They’re a boost, not an end goal
- Push out new product every 2 weeks - Edit. Fix. Add.
- Don’t be afraid to remove features - Simplifying the experience often warrants the most positive responses

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  • 1. Powered by INSIGHTS FROM SUCCESSFUL FOUNDERS Top strategies behind addictive apps
  • 2. This presentation consists of insights from 33voices® interviews hosted by: @ChaseJennings Executive Producer @JennaAbdou Production Manager
  • 3. featured founders: RAMEET CHAWLA & RYAN MATZNER FUELED RYTIS VITKAUSKAS YPLAN ROBB MYER NOWAIT
  • 4. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | YPlan Prioritize the fundamental needs of your users. Fancy features delight once; utility builds habit.
  • 5. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | YPlan Anticipate users’ emotions while using the app, then capitalize on them.
  • 6. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | NoWait You can’t build an app based on assumptions. Ask your user what their pain points are and relieve them.
  • 7. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | NoWait To balance business and consumer feedback, remember this key tip: If a new feature negatively impacts the business, you lose both users.
  • 8. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | NoWait Communicate with engineers so they internalize the problem and you’ll empower them to build real solutions.
  • 9. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | NoWait Test new features with local partners first. Monitor their experiences and iterate before releasing.
  • 10. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | NoWait Once you start designing, hold feedback until the next cycle. Stick to the process: Design. Build. Release.
  • 11. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | Fueled Avoid DSD(Download, Smile, Delete). Build a solid technology product, not a marketing campaign.
  • 12. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | Fueled Don’t focus on top 10 lists; they’re a boost, not an indicator of success.
  • 13. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | Fueled Push out new product every 2 weeks. Edit. Fix. Add.
  • 14. WATCH THE INTERVIEW | Fueled Don’t be afraid to remove features. Simplifying the experience often warrants the most positive responses.
  • 15. How do you build habit-forming apps? Tweet us at @33voices & we’ll include your insight in our weekly newsletter
  • 16. LEARN MORE
  • 17. CONNECT WITH US! Tell us what you think Jenna@33voices.com

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