Hello, I'm Jeremy ListProduct designer turned UX designer turned product manager. Chess enthusiast. Runner. Cyclist. Cofounder of 3 amazing kids.
My Photography
I believe in sketching a lot, solving real problems otherwise it's pointless, and that less is more. Simple is beautiful
My Work
Some things that I've done
Product Sketches
August 15, 2013
NagNot iPhone application
February 22, 2013
Me in a Nutshell Wireframes
August 11, 2013
XE Mobile Application
August 15, 2013
Concierge® Battery Charge Cart
February 22, 2013
Mercatus Design Innovation
February 22, 2013
Concierge® Shopping Cart Handle
October 21, 2012
Price Chopper Android Application
February 22, 2013
Wrapping Bicycle Grip
February 24, 2013
Wireframes
August 15, 2013
MODE Soundworks Amp Pedal
October 21, 2012
Food Lion iPhone Application
October 21, 2012
Canon iPhone Camera Case
August 11, 2013
Diagrams
August 16, 2013
Lexicon Flow
October 21, 2012
Huh? iPhone application
February 22, 2013
So, I was thinking...
The ad tech renaissance
January 5, 2017
This is not a test: Google Optimize now free — for everyone @Google
September 7, 2018
Why Twitter is leading brands astray via @Campaignmag
September 6, 2017
iOS 10: Everything You Need to Know
June 13, 2016
July 25, 2018
We’re making Canada’s largest autos classfieds site even better. - Kijiji for Business
December 20, 2016
Found this waiting for me this morning :) #joy #goodmorning
August 3, 2016
Mastering the Problem Space for Product/Market Fit by Dan Olsen via @MindtheProduct
September 11, 2018
The law of shitty clickthroughs
May 30, 2016
When you think you’re ahead = on time. Think you’re on time = late. Think you’re late = screwed. #stayahead
September 15, 2017
Why doesn't Facebook eat LinkedIn?
March 20, 2013
A few months ago a smart gentleman from Facebook came to speak to our Sr. Management team. It was a great talk that I very much appreciated. During this time I pointedly asked him the question “why doesn’t Facebook make a play for LinkedIn?”. His answer to me was that if Facebook does something, they do it right, and it doesn’t make sense for them today. I was honestly a little surprised by his answer. I was expecting something closer to a dodge but with his answer, it’s obvious to me that the discussions are happening at Facebook.

To break it down to the basics, the social scene...
Nike+ on my Bike
January 19, 2013
I was once a very good cyclist. Since that time I started a career and had 2 kids (with my 3rd days or hours away). Now I’m a very bad cyclist, but I still very much enjoy the sport. I recently managed to get myself out on my road bike after neglecting her for at least 2 years. She’s a very beautiful machine that’s outfitted with a very fancy computer. A fancy computer that I forget how to use it after about 4 months of neglect. Once I remember how to use it however, it’s a neat little device.

In similar news, I recently started running again. I purchased an iPod Nano to help me k...
The Power of the Elastic Product Team — Airbnb’s First PM on How to Build Your Own
August 23, 2016
July 11, 2017
Indigo Mobile Study - Windows Phone 8
April 4, 2013
Indigo is competing directly with Amazon.ca. Not having a mobile presence is a little bit nuts in my opinion.

To start off, I’d like to take a moment to describe the market.

US smartphone market fun facts

I realize that the US market is not the same as the Canadian market, but they’re pretty close so these statistics are relevant enough for my exploration. Generally the Canadian mobile adoption is stronger so the %’s below would be slightly higher if anything. These stats were found via comScore and a few fun info-graphics I found.

14% hav...
why offer this to people in Canada when we're not eligible? #disappointed :(
November 9, 2018
“First cracks are better than no cracks”- Jeremy List (via quote-a-licious)
March 16, 2013
Professional Ratings
February 11, 2013
If I was Linked In, I’d be focused on more on people differentiation. I’m pretty certain that there are a lot of people out there who don’t really deserve recommendations who are still getting them. In my book there are two types of people; people who I’d partner with, and people who I wouldn’t. If I wouldn’t feel comfortable giving you 50% of a business where you and I have the best skills to make it succeed, then I should probably keep looking for the right person.

I was recently speaking to a smart person who told me his view on differentiation. You’ve got your 6’s and your 9’...
“SNL Just Had its Best Season in 24 Years, and Marketers Should be Taking Notes.” by @soph_bern
July 20, 2017
“Making Good Decisions as a Product Manager” by @BrandonMChu
June 14, 2018
Why Nintendo should partner with Apple
March 21, 2013
I’m not an avid gamer, but I know my way around the different gaming consoles...
The Inevitable Success of the iWatch
March 26, 2013
When the iWatch comes out I’m pretty sure I’m going to buy one. I’m sure I’ll buy one if it looks anything like the image above. This a lot more than I can say about most technology that I’m introduced to.

One of the reasons I feel that I’ll purchase the iWatch is because, In a way, I’ve actually owned one before. It was an iPod Nano with a watchband, and it was a great little product. It had some flaws such as you couldn’t always see the time there was no GPS, but I liked it.

Recently I was reading an article that described the billions of dollars that Apple would ad...
September 18, 2018

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