Hello, I'm Jeremy ListProduct designer turned UX designer turned product manager. Chess enthusiast. Runner. Cyclist. Cofounder of 3 amazing kids.
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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
Indigo Mobile Strategy & Vision
July 15, 2013
Sysomos New UI
August 6, 2015
Food Lion iPhone Application
October 21, 2012
MODE Soundworks Amp Pedal
October 21, 2012
Wireframes
August 15, 2013
Concierge® Battery Charge Cart
February 22, 2013
Wrapping Bicycle Grip
February 24, 2013
Price Chopper Android Application
February 22, 2013
Canon iPhone Camera Case
August 11, 2013
NagNot iPhone application
February 22, 2013
Huh? iPhone application
February 22, 2013
Websites
October 21, 2012
Concierge® Shopping Cart Handle
October 21, 2012
Diagrams
August 16, 2013
Lexicon Flow
October 21, 2012
Me in a Nutshell Wireframes
August 11, 2013
So, I was thinking...
“Building Products” by @joulee
June 22, 2016
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...
Death to Useless Agile Lingo
April 5, 2012
Don’t be impressed with the agile lingo, it’s useless and just adds to the confusion early on. You don’t need to sound smart and drop words to impress your team. The team will have much more respect for you if you can explain what you want to do in a language they can understand. To successfully adopt the agile methodology does your team need to know what a scrum is? What about a sprint? No, but they do need to understand the concepts. Imagine introducing agile to your team like this…

“Hey team. Nice to see you again. We’re going to have a quick meeting every morning for a few min...
Seriously @Apple switching from 1 to 2 monitors, how hard is it for you to put my sht back where it was. #firstworldproblems #angry
September 8, 2017
Why Twitter is leading brands astray via @Campaignmag
September 6, 2017
10 Usability Testing Pointers to Remember
July 13, 2013
I was recently coaching a colleague on usability testing and recognized that others might find these notes useful. Whether you’re just learning about user validation or want a quick refresher. I hope these points help you gain the best user feedback possible.

1. Two heads are better than one

Make sure when doing usability testing there are 2 people conducting the test. You’ll want an observer and a tester because it’s simply impossible to conduct a test and effectively take notes at the same time.

2. Do no wrong

Be sure to remind your users t...
3 Roadmap Templates Every Product Manager Should Use
October 20, 2016
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.
Mary Meeker’s essential 2016 Internet Trends Report
June 6, 2016
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June 7, 2019
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...
“Help. I’m in a Nutshell”- Mike Myers
September 26, 2015
The Media Server of my Dreams
February 6, 2013
I have a media server and I generally like it. What I don’t like is how complicated and time consuming it is get the content backed up and how difficult it is for me to access my content on all of my devices. As with anything that annoys me, I’ve decided how I’d do it differently if it were my product. The following is my vision for a media server that I would happily buy. My hope is that someone with the ability to make this vision become reality will read this and get inspired…

I would like a media server with Plex pre-installed and the ability to backup to the cloud (for a reas...
“Die Dashboards Die! Why Conversations Will Reinvent Software” by @nireyal
August 4, 2016
July 11, 2017
“A slow, beautiful site will always be less satisfying to use than an inelegant fast site.” –
January 18, 2017
5 UX Factors Critical to Delivering User Delight
September 26, 2015
jeremylist:

Creating a great experience is hard work. When you consider the research, design, validation and execution, it’s no wonder most organizations struggle. Luckily, great technology companies are starting to recognize the value of UX. Apple has shown us that if you design something well, user engagement – and ultimately profitability – will soon follow. (Thank you Apple.)

Although it’s hard to nail the UX, it’s extremely rewarding when you get it right. Here are five UX factors critical to delivering user delight.

Factor #1 – Solve Real Problems...
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...
“The ethics of good design: A principle for the connected age” by @aweyenberg
November 30, 2016
Me in a Nutshell: Tell your story with a dynamic online presence @MeinaNutshell1
May 24, 2016
Segway is back, and it’s coming for your last shred of dignity
September 28, 2018
The ad tech renaissance
January 5, 2017
Check out fraserleid in a Nutshell #MeinaNutshell via @MeinaNutshell1
May 11, 2016
Design Critiques in a positive way…
October 27, 2016

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