The Changelog #357: Shaping, betting, and building featuring Ryan Singer on how Basecamp does product development |> News and podcasts for developers |> Changelog

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    We’re revisiting Shape Up and product development thoughts with Ryan Singer, Head of Product Strategy at Basecamp. Last August we talked with Ryan when he first launched his book Shape Up and now we’re back to see how Shape Up is shaping up — “How are teams using the wisdom in this book to actually ship work that matte…

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    Ryan Singer,

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  4. How to design products for people - Ryan Singer, Basecamp

    About the Episode In this episode, Ryan shared his philosophy on how to design simple and human products, how Basecamp works when implementing new features and updates. I truly believe this episode can be eye-opening to many designers and companies that are trying to fix their products or simply improve them with multiple features. It will help you to see a clear picture of what to do next and what are you doing wrong with your current product.

    Basecamp is used by millions of people and having such a strong view and philosophy on how the product and the team should work is important. Because in the end it allows to build simple and human product.

    So much fire hasn’t been on this podcast since the last episode! Don’t forget to let me know your thoughts about the podcast down in the comments and I will join you for a conversation.

    About Ryan Ryan Singer is the Head of Strategy at Basecamp. Through over 15 years at Basecamp, he has designed features used by millions and invented processes our teams use to design, develop and ship the right things. These days he’s more focused on strategy and that means understanding what their customers are trying to do so they can make the product more effective and coherent.

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  5. Ryan Singer of Basecamp joins the Product Love podcast to talk about strategy, design and outcomes

    Do our own experiences and biases work against us when we are building products?

    I mean, we often start down a path based on our experiences and our owned learned biases. We often start with constraints, what we know how to build or what is convenient. It is rare we truly start from a blank slate.

    This week on Product Love, I talked to the Head of Strategy at Basecamp, Ryan Singer, at their headquarters in Chicago.

    What is powerful about Ryan and the team at basecamp is how they approach thinking about problems, answering the when’s and focusing on leading with design and getting to the outcomes customers desire.

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  6. How we work at Basecamp

    Ryan Singer, Head of Strategy at Basecamp, shares the journey of figuring what is the best way for the company to work. It has taken them a decade of refinement to get to it. Because here is the thing — Basecamp considers the company a product too. Their way of work starts with dividing time into six-week cycles.

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