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  1. 1. How Well Do You Know Your User? An Introduction to the User Map Laura Klein http://www.usersknow.com laura@usersknow.com @lauraklein Illustrations by Kate Rutter from Build Better Products
  2. 2. Who are you?
  3. 3. Do you have users?
  4. 4. Moms!
  5. 5. Theres a reason for this
  6. 6. Good News Bad News
  7. 7. Personas Empathy Maps Jobs to be Done Journey Maps
  8. 8. Moms! But, you know, not just moms
  9. 9. The Past The Future ????????????
  10. 10. Its not the fault of the tools!
  11. 11. Or is it?
  12. 12. Channels & Inuencers: Goals & Purchase Intent: User + Product Fit: Context of Use: Future Use:
  13. 13. Channels & Inuencers: Goals & Purchase Intent: User + Product Fit: Context of Use: Future Use: How will you attract potential users? How do you know someone will be a user? How do you know your product lls a need? How will your user interact with your product? How will your user grow and change?
  14. 14. Channels & Inuencers Where does your user learn about products like this? What sorts of messages do they respond to? Who are their inuencers or approvers for selecting and buying products like this?
  15. 15. Understanding the decision making & buying process can help with messaging, positioning, and even user research!
  16. 16. Goals & Purchase Intent What need are they trying to meet? What do they currently do to meet this need? How much time do they spend meeting this need? How much money have they spent meeting this need? Are they currently looking for a solution to meet this need? Do they have any special requirements or needs for adopting this product?
  17. 17. Understanding user intent can help you know how much convincing and onboarding will be required in early user interactions.
  18. 18. Understanding user intent can help you know how much convincing and onboarding will be required in early user interactions.
  19. 19. Determining User + Product Fit What behaviors/needs/goals predict usage? How does this product meet the need? How does this product make the user better?
  20. 20. Understanding needs will help you predict which features are most important for specic users.
  21. 21. Understanding needs will help you predict which features are most important for specic users.
  22. 22. Context Of Use With whom will they use the product? Virtually/in-person/combo? Where will they use the product? When and how often will they use the product?
  23. 23. Understanding how people use your product helps you determine the platform and design requirements. It can also help you protect your user by keeping their information safe.
  24. 24. Future Use Why will they keep using it over the course of the next few years? How will their usage change over the next few months? The next few years? What will be different about the user in the next few months? The next few years?
  25. 25. Understanding future usage helps you improve user retention by giving users an incentive to continue using your product after the rst few weeks.
  26. 26. Understanding future usage helps you improve user retention by giving users an incentive to continue using your product after the rst few weeks.
  27. 27. Moms???
  28. 28. Moms! (who are also digital marketers)
  29. 29. How many of you know all the answers?
  30. 30. How do you know youre right?
  31. 31. The Future!
  32. 32. Build Better Products Coming in October 2016 from Rosenfeld Media
  33. 33. Questions? laura@usersknow.com http://www.usersknow.com @lauraklein