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
Concierge® Battery Charge Cart
February 22, 2013
Huh? iPhone application
February 22, 2013
Mercatus Design Innovation
February 22, 2013
Wrapping Bicycle Grip
February 24, 2013
XE Mobile Application
August 15, 2013
Concierge® Shopping Cart Handle
October 21, 2012
Food Lion iPhone Application
October 21, 2012
Sysomos New UI
August 6, 2015
MODE Soundworks Amp Pedal
October 21, 2012
Lexicon Flow
October 21, 2012
Price Chopper Android Application
February 22, 2013
Me in a Nutshell Wireframes
August 11, 2013
Diagrams
August 16, 2013
Websites
October 21, 2012
Indigo Mobile Strategy & Vision
July 15, 2013
Sysomos Laptop Stickers
October 11, 2015
So, I was thinking...
A Better Advent Calendar
March 16, 2013
This past Christmas my wife and I were suckered into buying those $40-50 Lego advent calendars. The idea is amazing. Every day the kids get a special treat that won’t rot their teeth! Problem is that the kids got bored about half way through December. Every day was just another little toy that they won’t play with because they really weren’t that much fun. It felt a lot like those toys you get at McDonald’s in a Happy Meal. They look fun but they’re really pretty useless.

My advice to Lego is to keep kids eyes on a goal and keep them engaged. I know the themes were Star Wars and L...
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...
Why Twitter is leading brands astray via @Campaignmag
September 6, 2017
why offer this to people in Canada when we're not eligible? #disappointed :(
November 9, 2018
This is not a test: Google Optimize now free — for everyone @Google
September 7, 2018
Really @LinkedIn? Although I really care about my network maybe you could send me more meaningful updates?
November 3, 2016
We’re making Canada’s largest autos classfieds site even better. - Kijiji for Business
December 20, 2016
Your customer service is second to none @mec. Thanks for making my day!
February 26, 2018
Check out fraserleid in a Nutshell #MeinaNutshell via @MeinaNutshell1
May 11, 2016
“Facebook shares how storytelling is key to their ability to scale” by @InVisionApp
September 11, 2018
Amazon Invests in Start-Up Company to Deliver Prefabricated Homes via @ArchDaily
October 1, 2018
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’...
Explore the state of design today in the 2016 Product Design Report, from @InVisionApp
June 8, 2016
The Evolution Digital Cameras
February 3, 2013
I’m an avid hobby photographer, and I’ve always been partial to Canon products. I’ve owned several Canon digital cameras and currently have 3 in my collection. My favorite of these is my EOS 400D that I bought on business in Singapore. The next DSLR I’ll buy will probably be a Canon product, but it’ll need to have WiFi built in (nudge, nudge, wink, wink). With my obvious bias toward Canon, I’ll be directing my comments toward them rather than Nikon.

The Future of DSLR’s

I recently saw a commercial where the DSLR product was being positioned in such a way that it was f...
Mastering the Problem Space for Product/Market Fit by Dan Olsen via @MindtheProduct
September 11, 2018
Universal Exercise Interface
February 27, 2013
Current exercise machines are dumb. Not that I’m complaining, I simply feel that it’s time for them to evolve.

I recently purchased a Water Rower rowing machine and I’m happily rowing every morning. My frustration with it comes from the fact that I can’t share my workout via Facebook or Twitter and I have no idea how far I’ve rowed this year, how I’m trending and how I compare to Olympians.

Because of this frustration I started thinking about a better way. My opinion is that all exercise machines should continue to have fancy displays that tell you how far you’re go...
“The ethics of good design: A principle for the connected age” by @aweyenberg
November 30, 2016
Build vs Buy
February 21, 2013
About a year ago somebody asked me my philosophy regarding build vs buy. If you’re not sure what I’m talking about it’s the concept of building out product functionality – or integrating existing products. Generally as designers...
The Power of the Elastic Product Team — Airbnb’s First PM on How to Build Your Own
August 23, 2016
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...
“At least we know that we’re as smart as smart people, who are actually making money”- Jeff Kischuk (via quote-a-licious)
March 14, 2013
The positive stuff is so much nicer to hear ;)
November 1, 2017
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...

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