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Five steps to learn what your customers (really) want

by digtal product designer on Jul 16, 2013

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Presented at Startup UCLA

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July 17, 2013
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  • anilbms Anil Kumar Krishnashetty, JavaScript Developer at One.com Looks like IOS7 link is broken. Iam updating the same again.
    http://mashable.com/2013/07/09/ios-7-beta-changes/
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  • LaneHalley Lane Halley, digtal product designer @anilbms, thanks for sharing your experience, I appreciate your comment. 9 months ago
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  • anilbms Anil Kumar Krishnashetty, JavaScript Developer at One.com @LaneHally: Nice slides. I like to add one point - http://goo.gl/u5a5f ISO7 changing its UI based on feedback. This one is the live example, value of customer feedback, to get better product. Yesterday, I also got popup in my Facebook profile- asking - want to become Android tester? access advance pre-release feature and give feedback. This is on more technique to get user feedback. 9 months ago
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