Lead Product Designer at LaunchDarkly | Heavybit Ind | 500 Startups

Justin has over 10 years of experience at the intersection of design and development, particularly in the startup world (from early stage to series A). He is a tennis playing design aficionado who loves creating intuitive mobile and web products. He holds degrees from UC Davis and USC, with a UX certification from NYU. In his spare time, Justin is completing his M.S. in Application Design at Northwestern, harnessing his studies to solve LaunchDarkly's data design challenges. Aside from design, Justin enjoys computer games, collecting rare rocks/minerals, and volunteering.

 

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Millennials: Your Dream Job Is a Solid Portfolio Away

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When hiring for both non-technical and technical positions, companies are searching for all-star talent who take initiative, work as a team, and provides exceptional value to the organization.  However, when you’re applying to a job, your resumé just becomes a piece of …

Stay Informed with These Data-Driven Election 2016 Apps

Stay Informed with These Data-Driven Election 2016 Apps

As elections modernize over time, we see candidates embracing technology to reach voters, further their agendas, and broaden their fundraising reach.  We also see news organizations and startups trying to make information more accessible, including polling data, latest news, …

A/B Testing: Lipstick On a Pig?

AB Testing: Lipstick On a Pig?

Are you putting lipstick on a pig? So, your company wants to increase revenue. They want more conversions, more clicks, more shares, and more users. What do they tell you to do first?  Well, A/B test! Compare two versions of a page, define a…

Ecosystem: The Main Reason New Apps Fail

8 Affordable Apps That Help Build Your Business

When developing a mobile app, it’s easy to get tunneled into a particular use case. Having the perfect app idea is one thing, but being able to execute it and is quite another. However, too many product teams get tunneled into the thinking that their…

How to Launch a Successful Minimum Viable Product

It’s time to launch the first iteration of your company’s product.  Where do you start?  What do you need?  What is a minimum viable product? The Minimum Viable Product The purpose of a minimum viable product (MVP) is to get your product to market and in…