Experience Design Weekly #100 – Design-Centered Meetings & Product Roadmapping

“For every complex problem, there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.”
H. L. Mencken

ARTICLES THIS ISSUE

Understanding the real competitive landscape
What are the best ways for product managers to research their competitors and conduct an effective competitive analysis every time? This article gives a great overview of uncovering the actual competitive landscape—beyond what we tend to assume makes up our competitors. Product teams should conduct a competitive analysis to learn all the alternatives to their product, which according to this article is typically larger than the team assumes.

A New Design-Centered Meeting Framework: Better Capture the Product Design Narrative
Working in a remote-only context, our product design review process has drastically changed. Casual works-in-progress get confused with high-fidelity demos and the shareback gets muddled, even in Zoom. Here’s a better way.

Simplifying Form Styles With ‘accent-color’
The new CSS accent-color property makes it quick and easy to roll out our brand colors to certain form inputs by leveraging user agent styles. Here’s how to use it.

Getting started with interactive components in Figma
Learn how to set up an interactive prototype with components in your design system using Figma.

Developing a Thorough Understanding of Atomic Roadmapping Habits
Are your roadmapping habits holding you back? Linking James Clear’s 2018 book Atomic Habits with product roadmapping.

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