Learning Postcards: Sketching the UX

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, February 9th, 2017 in Learning Postcards, Microlearning, Working Out Loud. 3 Comments

I spend time earlier this month to learn and set up a new stack for this app. I also refined the definition of it by digging into Micro-learnings and brainstorming on the concept. We did a #PKMChat on Microlearning to collect some feedback and opinions. Now it’s time for creating. I attended a webinar on […]

Learning Postcards: My tracks this month

By Bruno Winck on Saturday, January 21st, 2017 in Business Strategy, Journal. No Comments

I’m back on the Learning Postcards project! This is an update and a connection with what’s next. I had to set it aside last October as I was busy in a 9-18 work. I was also facing a pesky intermittent Internet connection. No work can be done without a reliable Internet connection. My work involves […]

Learning Postcards: Day 2 : Landing page and MVP

By Bruno Winck on Wednesday, November 9th, 2016 in Business Strategy, Working Out Loud. No Comments

What is an MVP? In the spirit of #WOL Working Out Loud, I’m not only sharing a finished product but my work in progress: my thinking, my iterations. Okay, it’s really day 3 but I experienced serious challenges with my internet connection. I won’t rant because I’m grateful it works this morning. So what is […]

Learning Postcards: Day 1 : Brand Story

By Bruno Winck on Monday, November 7th, 2016 in Business Strategy, Working Out Loud. 1 Comment

Introduction This is day 1 of WolWeek November 2016. My idea for this week was to develop an idea I had in the back of my mind for some time. Working Out Loud is about sharing our work on the fly as we make progress. We end up sharing success and well as failures. We […]

On Not being an influencer

By Bruno Winck on Monday, February 8th, 2016 in Business Strategy, The Story. 8 Comments

This post stayed in my throat for a few months already. It’s time to let it go live. In this post, you will discover how I ended up with both a mission statement and a way to execute it. Lean startup is about checking assumptions. 3 assumptions have been cleared here and 2 new ones […]

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