Linas Vaitonis on Post ProductionEcologist / Lecturer / Photographer @linaswashereSome time ago
Beauty and fashion brands have been making a strong effort to help reduce the stigmas around skin conditions like acne, freckles, stretch marks, wrinkles, and vitiligo. It’s always a very positive visual relief to look at the model with minimal skin retouch. It has brought awareness to the diverse and natural beauty found in those all around us.
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Why are original Post-its yellow? Is it for visual ergonomics, usability maybe? Is it part of 3M brand style? There must be well thought through reasons behind it, right? Well, here’s what Dr Geoff Nicholson (now retired VP of research & development at 3M) said when asked to explain his and his team decision - “We had some scrap yellow paper!” That’s it. It is an accident, a coincidence that post-its came out yellow. It wasn’t designed, it just happened and people at 3M rolled with it. Read a full interview with Dr Geoff Nicholson and see how nonchalant and funny he is about one of the most iconic accidents in product development.
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Ronaldas BuožisCinematography, tech and boats
It's the same story with 35mm film. The size for film negative was chosen randomly and became a 100 year standard that reached out to digital world as well.
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Justas Janauskas on Ask me anything you wantCEO @ Qoorio, Co-Founder @ Vinted, Angel InvestorSome time ago
When choosing your next company, first determine which stage (pre-product fit, post-product fit, growth, or scale) is the best match. Usually, only 1 or 2 stages make sense for any given job search. A great post by Nikhyl Singhal about tech company stages, which are: 1. Pre-product fit, aka “drunken walk.” 2. Post-product fit. 3. Growth. 4. Scaled. Read more in the link below and learn how the work culture differs in each of the states. I have been in stages 1, 2, 3 and fully agree with the author. And if you work in tech, which stage are you in? Full article: https://theskip.substack.com/p/stage-of-company-not-name-of-company
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Schorsch Becker
Do you want feedback? I'm in the startup world myself and always appreciate brutally honest feedback from early users. Here we go: I love the idea, I don't like the name - at all. It sounds too generic (like from a name generator) and is also hard to remember because of the double O. I would definitely add an interest-based filter right at the beginning/signup. I see way too many things in my stream, that I'm not only not interested in, but that actually annoy me. Beiing topic-agnostic is necessary, but it should be filtered - somehow without creating echochambers. I think it's possible, because categories don't equal opinions. Lastly, I'd try to get somewhat 'famous' content creators on board. Hope this is helpful! All the best (I am working on a new dating app by the way)
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Victoria Petrova on Skills of a product managerProduct Manager and Co-FounderSome time ago
What makes a great product manager? Google suggests dozens of articles with a variety of characteristics and skills highlighted. As it is a frequent question on every Product Management interview, and you usually want to give MECE answers on an interview, I put my top-qualities list in a matrix, based on a KANO model: https://link.medium.com/zVJiK5nFQ6
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Laura CibulskytePeople person
Insightful thoughts, Victoria! Thank you for sharing this!
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