When Slack exploded in 2014, most of its soon-to-be customers were still using email and post-its for internal communication. (And supposedly pagers, fax-modems and telegrams). HipChat was dominating the business chat market and ChatOps was a foreign and experimental concept – even though HipChat was already doing it.
MVP is a very popular buzzword these days, similar to growth hacking or big data – startup owners are talking about building MVPs all the time, but to be honest, most of them don’t know what it really means. A good MVP is the first step to success, a right way to verify your ideas at low cost and to find out what your customers really expect.
All kind of improvements are things that I’m crazy about. Seeing better results after changes you made is really exiting. But how to know what needs to be changed, e.g. in the interface, for archieving better conversion rates? In this post I will show you my favourite tools that help me: