Learning postcards: How they differ from “your fav tool name here”

Whenever I present Kneaver learning postcards to learning pros or techies I receive an objection in the form of: Isn’t it the same as “fav tool name here”? Why not using ? It’s true, everything on computers boils down to text files and videos. We could do everything with emacs and a camcorder. The author […]

Learning postcards: revenue model

I was asked recently how I expected to make money from the learning-cards. Obviously, it’s a very important question I chose to defer until a first iteration of the product is available. I made this choice because I think there are many ways to have revenues from users but not all fit my idea of […]

Learning Postcards: Sketching the UX

I spend time earlier this month to learn and set up a new stack for this app. I also refined the definition of it by digging into Micro-learnings and brainstorming on the concept. We did a #PKMChat on Microlearning to collect some feedback and opinions. Now it’s time for creating. I attended a webinar on […]

Learning Postcards: Landing page and MVP

What is an MVP? In the spirit of #WOL Working Out Loud, I’m not only sharing a finished product but my work in progress: my thinking, my iterations. Okay, it’s really day 3 but I experienced serious challenges with my internet connection. I won’t rant because I’m grateful it works this morning. So what is […]

Learning Postcards: Brand Story

Introduction The brand story tells the story of an idea from customer’s perspective in a short and simple way. An idea I learned from a webinar�with Michael Hyatt. Read more about it. Want to know more? Register on our mailing list and get more details as soon as they become available. You will be also […]

How to gather early feedback from customers

A lot of progress have been made recently to be better at building products fits for users needs and desires. I use a combination of techniques based on courses I followed, experiments I did and observations from others I did recently. I wish to use this page as a collection of ideas. This is a […]

Challenge success!

Every week @Violeta asks us our weekly challenge. This is on her group on Facebook. A bit despised by my recent attempts in blogging, I wrote “Cleaning the house” And it is true, it was really an utmost urgency. I placed all my energy and efforts in my work during the last months. 7 days […]

Return on experience of Young Entrepeneurs

I attended yesterday a panel of young entrepreneurs at Stanford Graduate School of Business. I was surprised at the difference of tone the four of them had. Aaron Patzer, CEO of Mint.com was taking it in very good part. Refreshing, is it the mint effect ? I checked the web site and the blog. I […]