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
Websites
October 21, 2012
Product Sketches
August 15, 2013
Sysomos New UI
August 6, 2015
Diagrams
August 16, 2013
Mercatus Design Innovation
February 22, 2013
Indigo Mobile Strategy & Vision
July 15, 2013
Wrapping Bicycle Grip
February 24, 2013
XE Mobile Application
August 15, 2013
Me in a Nutshell Wireframes
August 11, 2013
Concierge® Battery Charge Cart
February 22, 2013
Lexicon Flow
October 21, 2012
NagNot iPhone application
February 22, 2013
MODE Soundworks Amp Pedal
October 21, 2012
Huh? iPhone application
February 22, 2013
Sysomos Laptop Stickers
October 11, 2015
Concierge® Shopping Cart Handle
October 21, 2012
So, I was thinking...
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...
Assembling the Avengers (Or How Startups Evolve Their Team Structures to Scale)
May 26, 2016
“How FreshBooks Got Its (Design) Mojo Back” by @freshbookspd
June 7, 2016
How to create a collaborative culture of innovation by Daniel Bianchi
April 23, 2019
Mary Meeker’s essential 2016 Internet Trends Report
June 6, 2016
When you think you’re ahead = on time. Think you’re on time = late. Think you’re late = screwed. #stayahead
September 15, 2017
The Power of the Elastic Product Team — Airbnb’s First PM on How to Build Your Own
August 23, 2016
I kinda want one... but not for $3g's :(
September 14, 2016
Bots are pretty awesome, but they won't kill apps...
November 11, 2016
“First cracks are better than no cracks”- Jeremy List (via quote-a-licious)
March 16, 2013
“A slow, beautiful site will always be less satisfying to use than an inelegant fast site.” –
January 18, 2017
This Is How You Design Your Mobile App for Maximum Growth
May 27, 2016
For little creatures that constantly beat the crap out of each other #pokemon always seem quite happy #respect
September 6, 2016
why offer this to people in Canada when we're not eligible? #disappointed :(
November 9, 2018
July 25, 2018
“Applying Leverage as a Product Manager” — @BrandonMChu
November 30, 2016
“Do Icons Need Labels?” by @MotionBrother
June 15, 2016
Micro-Moments – Think with Google
July 26, 2016
Check out fraserleid in a Nutshell #MeinaNutshell via @MeinaNutshell1
May 11, 2016
Content - Context = SPAM #true
February 14, 2017
@sketchapp measuring tool...
October 25, 2016
I just registered for 2019 pride & remembrance run using Race Roster. Join me -
June 7, 2019
Image Meta Data
February 21, 2013
Pinterest is a great tool. I admit, I don’t use it very much but I don’t have to use it to recognize the potential. I believe, to take tools like Pinterest and Facebook to a completely new level images need to be self aware. Imagine if that picture of a dress knows what it is. To do this it needs to know it’s SKU (Stock Keeping Unit - such as a UPC)

Once an image knows it’s SKU, we can do all sorts of wonderful things. We can figure out who makes the product and get pricing information in real time. Amazing. Better yet, I can click on that image and using some fancy utility I can...
The iPhone Gaming Adapter
February 11, 2013
I wonder why Apple doesn’t work with somebody (maybe Belkin?!) to make a serious gaming play to knock the wind out of Nintendo and Sony. Maybe even cripple them. If my son could use my iPhone paired with some super sexy gaming add-on, why would I pay $200 for a DS (OK, maybe because of the blasted Super Mario!!!).

iPad and iPhone games are great, but any games I’ve played that require on screen thumb-sticks result in a horrible experience. I believe that if Apple is going to take gaming to the next level, they’re going to need to introduce some new hardware.

Ping me