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AUG 17, 2016 - 40 MIN

Designing For Yourself vs. Designing For The Millions

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The founders of PagerDuty, HashiCorp and Meteor offer their early design assumptions, show how their products have scaled over time, and debate the merits of product auteurs vs. design-by-community.

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Developer company founders are in a unique position. They start with an MVP and a strong product design approach, build on their early community adoption, and continue to iterate even as the product continues to gain traction.

Where do you go after you’ve implemented everything in your V1 Product Roadmap? How does your design philosophy change as you scale to millions of users? And how much control do you offer the community in your product direction?

The founders of PagerDuty, HashiCorp and Meteor offer their early design assumptions, show how their products have scaled over time, and debate the merits of product auteurs vs. design-by-community.