You may have the sleekest, coolest, smartest product but if it's not helping people solve a problem, then it won't succeed. The way to make sure you are actually building something that's helping people is by conducting user research and validation.
In this Jolt session, David Balsam teaches us the do's and don'ts of user research, and most importantly, how to do it efficiently to get the best results.
Questions this talk answers:
What is the difference between 'idea validation,' 'MVP validation,' and 'Feature validation'?
How do I conduct a customer interview?
What are the do's and don'ts of customer interviewing?
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