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Slide from Start it Up, Power it Up #3

"Creating Services To Be Accepted World-wide" by Shinsuke Tabata Co-founder Nulab

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http://thumbsup.in.th/2013/01/start-it-up-power-it-up-3/

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  • 1. Creating Services To BeAccepted World-wide `
  • 2. Our Services
  • 3. Collaborative ProjectManagement Tool
  • 4. CollaborativeDrawing Tool
  • 5. 5,000 ACCOUNTS!
  • 6. Uniqueness of Services
  • 7. 1.Dogfooding
  • 8. 2.Keep Evolving!
  • 9. Three Types of Requests
  • 10. Trend of VersionManagement System
  • 11. Killer Features•  At first we ventured to exclude some features, but many users wanted to have them remain.•  We asked users to explain the reason for their requests, and the potential issues if these features were removed. •  We came up with new, alternative features that dont conflict with our services concepts. •  As a result, these became killer features that improved the value of our services
  • 12. Sample Killer Feature
  • 13. p3.Ditch Persona,Meet Your Users!
  • 14. Cacooup Bangkok• Feb. 18th 7pm - 9pm • @Launchpad • 139 Pan Road,Sethiwan Tower,Silom • http://tour.cacoo.com/ bangkok2013/
  • 15. Summary• Be the heaviest user of your own product & services • Establish an improvement process • Listen to, and learn from your users
  • 16. Credits of images•  First slide(Hakata Gion Yamakasa) by koemu http://www.flickr.com/photos/koemu/2670149455/