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Re: feedback/features/new loopers...
I'm sure there are many great products that came about with zero customer
input - products born of a need that an individual had. At any rate,
comparing R&D of loopers to laser printers is a bit of stretch.
Isn't there a guy at Apple that gets designer awards for essentially
dictatorial control of lines like the iPod and powerbook? OTOH, maybe if
he used focus groups, he would have found out that people don't like
products that scratch so easily... (but the ipod-invisi fixes that
At 2005.12.30 11:41 AM, Kris Hartung wrote:
> > Ah! Built in mediocrity. I'd much rather see the result of Bob's vision
> > unadulterated, than some marketeer's compromise.
>Please validate your claim. Are saying there is a better and more
>way to design a product that doesn't involve communicating directly with a
>decent sample of potential users, documenting the list of features, and
>prioritizing them? Have you worked in a future product marketing team?
>work hand in hand with R&D. One can't function without the other.