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Episode 25  |  19:39 min

Getting Product, Engineering & Design In The Same Room: What Happens After You Write A One Pager (With Drift's Alexa Nguyen)

Episode 25  |  19:39 min  |  09.12.2019

Getting Product, Engineering & Design In The Same Room: What Happens After You Write A One Pager (With Drift's Alexa Nguyen)

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This is a podcast episode titled, Getting Product, Engineering & Design In The Same Room: What Happens After You Write A One Pager (With Drift's Alexa Nguyen). The summary for this episode is: On this episode of Build, Maggie and special guest Alexa Nguyen from the Drift product team talk about what happens after you write a one pager. At Drift, 'story time' is the next step in the product development cycle. It's where product managers, engineers, and designers get together in one room to outline the problem they're solving and identify any open questions. So the goal of the meeting isn't about coming up with a solution to the problem – it's about empathizing with the user and then creating a list of questions you want to answer afterwards. Want to know Maggie and Alexa's three steps to a successful story time? Listen to the full episode.
On this episode of Build, Maggie and special guest Alexa Nguyen from the Drift product team talk about what happens after you write a one pager. At Drift, 'story time' is the next step in the product development cycle. It's where product managers, engineers, and designers get together in one room to outline the problem they're solving and identify any open questions. So the goal of the meeting isn't about coming up with a solution to the problem – it's about empathizing with the user and then creating a list of questions you want to answer afterwards. Want to know Maggie and Alexa's three steps to a successful story time? Listen to the full episode.

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