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Chris Compston

Tell us who you are and what your ProductOps animal is!

A list of books that, as a designer, you may not have come across but that contain potentially career-defining material.


Moving teams from output- to outcome-focused requires a step change in understanding and internally publicizing what product versions mean

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“The biggest lie in software is Phase 2.” — Lean UX by Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden

Running feature design critiques for truly valuable feedback.

Design iteration is great if there’s a product vision to pin the flag to.

Benefits to the team and business

  • All visual and experience design decisions can be aligned to the future vision…

Everyone seems to be doing ‘Design Sprints’ and proclaiming the life changing techniques and evangelical product output they’ve achieved.

Design Sprints shouldn’t replace the design process

Chris Compston

Product Operations — Farfetch // Helping to make better products

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