Season 6 Announcement & Company Update
In this mini-episode of the Product Science Podcast, Holly & her team share some news about changes at H2R Product Science and the upcoming season, Season 6, of the podcast.
H2R Product Science started in 2017 as a solo venture, but over the years we have evolved the model and grown the team. There were some rough spots, especially during the COVID years, but it feels like we’ve finally got our groove back to pre-pandemic levels, and we’re celebrating with a rebrand to The Product Science Group.
In this mini-episode of the podcast, Holly introduces team members Dina Levitan and Mark Enache, who share some stories about working with Product Science Group clients. Holly also tells us about changes coming for Season 6 of the Product Science Podcast - video, shorter episodes, and a new Lab Notes section.
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Amy Jo Kim explains how ideas from game design can translate into product development, and what separates the successful projects she’s worked on from those that didn’t get off the ground.
The Jocelyn Miller Hypothesis: Growth is Uncomfortable
Jocelyn Miller tells us about working in product at places like Google and Amazon vs Zazzle and what role fun should play in our work.
Nir Eyal on How Products That Create Desirable Habits Win the Long Game - Product Science Journal #28
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