In order for your product to be truly successful, it needs to be wholistic. Check out this great talk by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki, author of Reality Check.
This talk was at Cisco Live in San Francisco. Here, Guy Kawasaki, talks about the four qualities of innovation that he believes all successful products need. They are: deep, intelligent, complete, and elegant.”
This is one of the reasons why I work on offering Web solutions which are truly complete, covering diverse market segments and demographics. It’s extremely important to foremost understand the requirements of your client, inside and out.
The requirement gathering and analysis phase of the Project Management life cycle becomes vital to ensure you grasp the requirement properly. Only then can you transform that requirement into a product that is complete.
Do check out my article “Last 16 years have truly been a great web joyride”, and share your comments. I especially enjoyed writing this article as it got me abit nostalgic.
In this talk, the amazing Silicon Valley entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki presents some innovative products that are deep, intelligent, complete and elegant, though not so viable for the masses.
Guy Kawasaki is a venture capitalist. He was one of the Apple employees originally responsible for marketing the Mac computer back in 1984. The word evangelist was made popular by him during the Macintosh marketing. Even the concepts of evangelism marketing in general. You should all follow his Twitter profile. I have been following him on social media for a while now, and have learnt alot through his motivational talks.
See the talk and send in your comments. Would love to talk more on this topic! Meanwhile, check out my other post “Everything is achievable through Technology”, where i sort of digest infamous quote of Howard Stark.