Richard Moross @ FOWA Feb 07

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Richard Moross of Moo speaking at Future of Web Apps in London, February 2007.

Richard Moross of Moo speaking at Future of Web Apps in London, February 2007.

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  • 1. Hello.
  • 2. Print is dead.
  • 3. We’re a new kind of printing business.
  • 4. Long live print.
  • 5. How we turn virtual stuff on the web into beautiful things in the real world
  • 6. Our story.
  • 7. The challenges.
  • 8. We wanted to build a remarkable company.
  • 9. Remarkable. unusual; extraordinary; worth mentioning
  • 10. People. If you look in the usual places, you’ll get the usual people.
  • 11. Berhane.
  • 12. Products. The difference makes all the difference.
  • 13. MiniCards: 1. Unusual size and shape 2. Every card different 3. Very high quality
  • 14. Worth talking about?
  • 15. 2,500 Product Comments in respective Flickr Groups 2,264 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 2 0 MOO MiniCards QOOP MyCards
  • 16. Partnerships. Keep in good company.
  • 17. Before Flickr.
  • 18. After Flickr.
  • 19. Marketing. Is a four letter word.
  • 20. Operations. From London, with Love.
  • 21. 4.Post 2.Print 1.Code 3.Pack
  • 22. Being technically remarkable. 8 things we have learned.
  • 23. 1. We run our business on outboard brains.
  • 24. 2. No beta, no gamma, just permanently 1.0.
  • 25. 3. Code (not too) recklessly but watch closely and fix fast.
  • 26. 4. APIs are cool, but dangerous.
  • 27. 5. Don’t internationali{sz}e.
  • 28. 6. Do internationalize.
  • 29. 7. Give more by giving less.
  • 30. 8. Our biggest problem: how to sell a 2.01D product.
  • 31. So what does this mean for you?
  • 32. What have we learned?
  • 33. Thanks!