From Startup Idea to Venture Launch - Figma Prototypes & Customer Feedback Loops

Learn how to validate your startup idea effectively with Figma prototypes and customer feedback loops. Discover how to apply prototypes in the real world, go beyond Figma designs into customer feedback cycles, and ways to test your assumptions about your product and business model effectively.

(See Links to Tools in the Bottom of Description)

Segments:

  • 00:00 - Intro
  • 00:55 - Rapid Feedback
  • 01:21 - Our Learning Loop
  • 02:10 - Discovery
  • 03:47 - Where to Zoom
  • 06:10 - Interview, Learn, Repeat
  • 07:38 - Naming & Branding
  • 09:39 - Solutioning
  • 12:06 - Comprehension Test
  • 15:52 - Business Model
  • 17:00 - Concepts to UX
  • 17:47 - HiFi Design & Prototypes
  • 22:06 - The Quiz
  • 26:29 - Bringing it to life
  • 29:23 - Analytics
  • 31:59 - Preparing for Launch
  • 32:38 - Recap
  • 35:25 - Prototyping Tools We Used
  • 37:06 - Q&A Discussion
  • 49:25 - Open Office Hours

So you’re in the process of building your product 😎
But is it something people actually want to use? 🤷‍♂️
How do you find out? 🤔

Join Clint McManaman, Senior Designer, and Ryan Hatch, Head of Product Strategy at Headway as they share the real-life approach and processes our team used to go from concept to launch with one of our clients, Ditto, a relationship improvement platform. Through a lean startup approach, learn how to create better UX design through powerful UX research.

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Get a chance to learn:

⚡️ The Value of Feedback Loops⚡️
Who It Benefits:
Investors, designers, developers, everyone.

⚡️ Types and Flow
Listening Before Prototyping
Naming & Branding
Whimsical - Internal decisions on direction, rating by importance
Landing Page with Hero Concepts
Ad Impressions Landing Page + Clickable Feature Prototypes
Moderated, Guided
Functional Prototypes (In-App)
Unmoderated
Video recordings
Analytics
Faster ways, Bravo

⚡️ Cycle⚡️
Prototype
Interviews
Synthesis
Changes, Repeat

⚡️ Q&A⚡️
How do you know when’s good enough?
Time constraint, Financial constraint, Confidence Level

Tools Referenced in Presentation

⚡️ Prototyping ⚡️
Figma
https://www.figma.com/prototyping/
Whimsical
https://whimsical.com/wireframes
Webflow
https://webflow.com/

⚡️ Customer Feedback Loops ⚡️
Miro
https://miro.com/
Typeform
https://www.typeform.com/
Notion
https://www.notion.so/
Respondent
https://www.respondent.io/
Otter
https://otter.ai/
Lookback
https://lookback.io/

⚡️ App Analytics ⚡️
Mixpanel
https://mixpanel.com/
AppsFlyer
https://www.appsflyer.com/
Amplitude
https://amplitude.com/
Segment
https://segment.com/

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From Startup Idea to Venture Launch - Figma Prototypes & Customer Feedback Loops
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Fynzo Customer Feedback Software For Cafes, Hotels, Saloons, Spa!

Customer Feedback Tool | Fynzo online customer feedback comes with Android, iOS app. Collect feedback from your customers with tablets or send them feedback links.

Visit page for more information: https://www.fynzo.com/feedback

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Fynzo Survey

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Fynzo Customer Feedback Software For Cafes, Hotels, Saloons, Spa!

Powerful Customer Feedback Software - Fynzo
Wonder what your customers think about your services or products? Unveil it with our customer feedback system. Delight your customers by taking their feedback.

For more info visit: https://www.fynzo.com/feedback

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From Startup Idea to Venture Launch - Figma Prototypes & Customer Feedback Loops

Learn how to validate your startup idea effectively with Figma prototypes and customer feedback loops. Discover how to apply prototypes in the real world, go beyond Figma designs into customer feedback cycles, and ways to test your assumptions about your product and business model effectively.

(See Links to Tools in the Bottom of Description)

Segments:

  • 00:00 - Intro
  • 00:55 - Rapid Feedback
  • 01:21 - Our Learning Loop
  • 02:10 - Discovery
  • 03:47 - Where to Zoom
  • 06:10 - Interview, Learn, Repeat
  • 07:38 - Naming & Branding
  • 09:39 - Solutioning
  • 12:06 - Comprehension Test
  • 15:52 - Business Model
  • 17:00 - Concepts to UX
  • 17:47 - HiFi Design & Prototypes
  • 22:06 - The Quiz
  • 26:29 - Bringing it to life
  • 29:23 - Analytics
  • 31:59 - Preparing for Launch
  • 32:38 - Recap
  • 35:25 - Prototyping Tools We Used
  • 37:06 - Q&A Discussion
  • 49:25 - Open Office Hours

So you’re in the process of building your product 😎
But is it something people actually want to use? 🤷‍♂️
How do you find out? 🤔

Join Clint McManaman, Senior Designer, and Ryan Hatch, Head of Product Strategy at Headway as they share the real-life approach and processes our team used to go from concept to launch with one of our clients, Ditto, a relationship improvement platform. Through a lean startup approach, learn how to create better UX design through powerful UX research.

=======================
Get a chance to learn:

⚡️ The Value of Feedback Loops⚡️
Who It Benefits:
Investors, designers, developers, everyone.

⚡️ Types and Flow
Listening Before Prototyping
Naming & Branding
Whimsical - Internal decisions on direction, rating by importance
Landing Page with Hero Concepts
Ad Impressions Landing Page + Clickable Feature Prototypes
Moderated, Guided
Functional Prototypes (In-App)
Unmoderated
Video recordings
Analytics
Faster ways, Bravo

⚡️ Cycle⚡️
Prototype
Interviews
Synthesis
Changes, Repeat

⚡️ Q&A⚡️
How do you know when’s good enough?
Time constraint, Financial constraint, Confidence Level

Tools Referenced in Presentation

⚡️ Prototyping ⚡️
Figma
https://www.figma.com/prototyping/
Whimsical
https://whimsical.com/wireframes
Webflow
https://webflow.com/

⚡️ Customer Feedback Loops ⚡️
Miro
https://miro.com/
Typeform
https://www.typeform.com/
Notion
https://www.notion.so/
Respondent
https://www.respondent.io/
Otter
https://otter.ai/
Lookback
https://lookback.io/

⚡️ App Analytics ⚡️
Mixpanel
https://mixpanel.com/
AppsFlyer
https://www.appsflyer.com/
Amplitude
https://amplitude.com/
Segment
https://segment.com/

#figma #developer #programming

Ilene  Jerde

Ilene Jerde

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How This Cybersecurity Startup Is Using Machine Learning

The COVID pandemic has massively escalated the surge of cyberattacks and data breaches despite having robust security controls, software, and solutions abundantly available in the market. A lot of this could be attributed to the vulnerability businesses offer the cybercriminals to take advantage of the situation quickly. While the conventional cybersecurity approach has benefited many, having cybersecurity without cyber-intelligence and necessary awareness can put the security professionals off-guarded to more complicated and novel threats.

Furthermore, with limited cybersecurity resources, businesses need to prioritise their efforts to strengthen cyber posture effectively; however, many organisations do not have an anchor point or a guiding principle, to begin with. With cyber-intelligence inputs missing from cybersecurity capabilities like incident management, vulnerability management, risk assessment and brand monitoring, businesses end up running their security practice in silos instead of an integrated approach.

And, thus, in an attempt to revolutionise the cyber threat visibility and intelligence market, CYFIRMA, a cyber analytics startup assists businesses to understand the relevance of the current threat landscape. Not only it provides insights on threat actors and indicators, emerging threats and digital risks, but also automatically applies intelligence into cyber posture management. To dig deeper, Analytics India Magazine got in touch with the chairman and CEO of the company, Kumar Ritesh, to understand how the company uses a predictive intelligence-driven approach to discover cyber threats.

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How to use the Customer feedback you have collected?

Now collecting quality customer feedback is essential but as we all know, acting on the received feedback is more important. But there is a difference between knowing and doing, and sometimes this very difference can cause your business to fail.

Understand that knowledge is not power, it is potential power. No matter how detailed customer feedback you can acquire, it won’t serve you any purpose if you do not take any action on that feedback. We hope that you have collected some insights on how to use customer feedback through this blog post.

Here in this blog post, we shall discuss what to do with all the customer feedback data that you have collected.

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