Dan B

Dan B

Cofounder @ Growth.Design Joined 2 months ago

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  • Posted to [CASE STUDY] Zapier's "Upgrade Your Plan" UX, in reply to Jerry Thompson , Aug 14, 2019

    That's a good point, maybe I should make that clearer right from the start… sorry about that!

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  • Posted to [CASE STUDY] Zapier's "Upgrade Your Plan" UX, in reply to James Nicklaus , Aug 14, 2019

    Thanks for the feedback James. Yeah we're experimenting with inline experiment, but it's quite a UX challenge to balance the story with the analysis. We'll keep iterating! Cheers!

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  • Posted to The Design Team by Pablo Stanley, Aug 14, 2019

    Always been a fan of Pablo!

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  • Posted to Is 'Mid'-Boarding a Thing?, Aug 14, 2019

    First time I hear that, but I like the term midboarding… except that it reinforces the mental of "onboarding" being just "from before signup" to "a bit after signup". Onboarding is actually a long process that can span over a long period of time. Regardless, interesting term—as long as people have a common understanding of its meaning ;-) .

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  • Posted to The Original Kindle Was Crazy, Aug 14, 2019

    Love seeing the evolution.

    Homer Car

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  • Posted to Design tools are holding us back, Jul 31, 2019

    "It's not a keg, it's a database", I lol'd.

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  • Posted to [CASE STUDY] Trello's New User Onboarding, in reply to Luke B , Jul 31, 2019

    Great feedback, thanks for pointing it out Luke! Yup, Sniper Links are powerful!

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  • Posted to [CASE STUDY] Trello's New User Onboarding, in reply to Jonathan Igner , Jul 31, 2019

    Thanks Jonathan! :-)

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  • Posted to [CASE STUDY] Trello's New User Onboarding, in reply to Patrick Thompson , Jul 31, 2019

    Thank you so much Patrick! Yes we've been in touch with Darius too regarding that framework since he seemed to have a very similar process back when he was at Dropbox (Head of Growth @ Facebook).

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  • Posted to Interested to know people's thoughts to this Product Design question..., in reply to Sacha Greif , Jul 31, 2019

    So true.

    I also like to use Career → Relationship analogies in those cases.

    To me this is the equivalent of:

    "What would you say to the opportunity of being with the same partner for 5 years?".

    Uh… so many variables need to be clarified: 1. Does it seem like an interesting situation for you? 2. Do you see space for growth? 3. Is the timing in your life good? 4. Is "commitment" what you're looking for right now? 5. etc etc

    It all comes down to self-awareness.

    Assuming you have great self-awareness: just go with the flow and explore iteratively. ;-)

    The goal isn't to stay at a place for X years. It's to be fulfilled by what you do.

    "On your death bed, you’ll realize that your real resume won't be on Linkedin, it will be three short lists: 1) the challenges that taught you something 2) ways you found to help other people 3) interesting things that you will have tried despite being out of your comfort zone. The rest barely matters."

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