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This is a great recommendation. Here is my recommendation - study the article https://gapsystudio.com/blog/what-is-a-ui-kit/. This is a complete guide to the basic aspects of understanding the importance of creating a UI Kit - what you need to use it for, for which companies, how to use the kit, the design system and how it interacts with the UI Kit.
Hi, thanks for sharing the free kits!
For those who are interested in the topic of creating a UI Kit, I recommend reading the article https://gapsystudio.com/blog/what-is-a-ui-kit/. This is a great resource for explaining what parts should be included in a kit, how to choose a developer for a kit, and why a UI Kit is important for large projects.
Thanks for those wonderful tips and ideas that you have shared in your post. I hope it will help startup businesses.
However, here I am with some pros and cons of employee monitoring that an employer should know. To know about it, check out: https://empmonitor.com/blog/employee-monitoring-software/
Great post Stefan. I think people don't realise how important your LinkedIn profile is for individual candidates and even startup owners.
Cool! I read something similar about pharma app development I think this is a cool topic, it is both useful and profitable I think so))
Thank you Stefan for such a piece of amazing information.
Wow!! This is a great read, thanks for the tips. Adding to this now personalized sales videos also are helping in lead generation. They help you to build trust and expand your marketing strategy.
Hi, Seek Ex. I think it really depends on the startup!
However, after consulting with dozens of startups, I'd say the main challenge startup founders have is overthinking things.
Hundreds of successful starts have kickstarted growth by identifying a pain, creating a product to solve it, and then asking some companies to try the product and give them feedback. And then those founders make sure to quickly implement that feedback -- particularly if more than two companies suggest it. Next, they tell those testers' success stories to the world to attract more customers. Sounds so easy, but egos and fear get in the way of implementing such a tried-and-true growth strategy.
Hi, Dmitry. As I mentioned earlier in a different post, we're lucky that we still have first-party data -- data that we own about customers such as how they interact with our website, email marketing, etc. No matter what happens with third-party data, we can still use this first-party data to personalize experiences for our customers.
Hi, Robert. This is a big question! Here's a short answer: I recommend finding 10 - 20 companies that you can demo your product to privately. Get their feedback. See if they'd be willing to test your product over a period of months and give you more feedback that you'll use to further develop the product. Do this before you go "public" with the product to give yourself more peace of mind.
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