How a small website called AuctionWeb became a multi-million-dollar household name by listening to their users.
All the secrets behind the masters of storytelling, Pixar. We discuss the ways Ed has built a company where honesty and creativity lie at the heart of everything.
Having a plan is essential, and being a company who completely changes an industry is a healthy goal. The issue is trying to run before you can walk.
How Lighthouse's latest side project, Bandit, is attempting to gain traction by starting small and learning directly from its early adopters
When building a new product it's tempting to include every feature conceivable, but that could actually harm it - you need Feature Chop.
Dan and Russ talk about our approach to designing prototypes and how we maximise them for learning, not aesthetics.
How to fake building a product to get invaluable feedback from customers and save yourself time and money in the long run
Stan talks about his startup journey, creating two business in five years which took them from humble beginnings to graduating Techstars in 2015
Why you should be proud of your imperfect prototype and use it to learn as much as possible, as early as possible from your customer
Dan and Tom talk about how to chat to customers and get awesome feedback on your product. What should you be asking? Where can you find your users and much more...