Med App #Randoms

September 22, 2021

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Every now and again we have a trawl through our MedApps slack channels to grab a few interesting articles, pictures and links that we are sharing. It’s a quick peak at some of the things we are interested in at the moment and a few things to keep the team sane in some… interesting times!

Product Development #Randoms

An insight into the Intercom product development process. We’ve been doing quite a lot of investigation recently into better product development processes and found this was an interesting read. An interesting look at how product development in software evolves and the ways to keep focused and building fast.

A good look at researching product market fit, and another way to collect and integrate feedback and pain points into feature and product development.

Health #Randoms

When Rob and Tom first met they talked about evaluation and benefits. A lot more attention being paid to it, and potentially more standards. At Med App we’re trying to take a more proactive approach.

Design #Randoms

“You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology” – Steve Jobs at WWDC in 1997

Parenting #Randoms

With some expectant Med App offspring on the way there has also been some intense discussion around naming these additions to humanity, and also some concern over the IQ levels (not even out of the womb yet!)


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