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Product Tank NYC November

At ProductTank NYC we love to hear from fellow product designers/managers about their experiences and challenges they've faced and overcome. We carry on this tradition by presenting talks from NYC-based product people, followed up by a Q&A session with our audience.

Drinks and networking will start at 6:30pm, with the speakers starting promptly at 7pm. ProductTank is about starting conversations so the talks are short so we can spend more time talking over drinks and pizza! 

Our guest speakers include:

Paul Yokota 
Senior Product Manager @ Animoto

Ellen Chisa
VP of Product @ Lola

We look forward to seeing you there, and spread the word!

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  • Stephanie K.

    Grear presentations and Q&A. Alpha was great and generous with their space, food & drinks! I met seceral people so the networking and comraderie were present.

    3 · November 17

    • Tremis S.

      Thank you, Stephanie! We're happy you had a great time. We'll see you at the next ProductTank.

      November 21

  • Cindy

    Thank you to Ellen & Paul for their great talks and for everyone who came out on such a rainy Tuesday. Here's a great recap of Ellen's talk:

    2 · November 20

  • Cecilia G.

    Excellent experience. Guest Speakers on point and spoke to and with attendees not at them. Congenial but straight forward. Good crowd.

    2 · November 16

    • Tremis S.

      Thank you! We really appreciate your feedback. :)

      November 16

  • Tremis S.

    From -

    Product intuition: A tale of two products.
    Written by Paul Yokota

    “I hear a lot about “product intuition” — that intangible ability that some people have to predict if a product, feature or flow is going to work. But what is product intuition?”

    "Product intuition isn’t binary. It isn’t something you “have” or “don’t have”. It’s a skill you develop. If you’re smart, you’re running experiments that track whether your hypotheses are getting better and help explain why they were wrong."

    Read more -

    1 · November 5

  • Tremis S.

    From -

    Ellen Chisa’s uncommon practices for building richer products

    “When it comes to building an onboarding survey, conventional product wisdom says to ask as few questions as possible,” says Ellen. “However, this was a huge challenge for us because we realized that the more preferences we could get from a user upfront, the better experience we can provide a user.” “There’s a major psychological edge to building an onboarding flow,” Ellen explains. “Especially in the travel sector, getting to know a client’s travel style right away keeps the product from having to stop and ask questions every single time you book a trip. In that way, the onboarding survey helps the travel consultant get acquainted with the client, and we can create a highly personalized experience.” Read more:

    1 · October 11

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