Product Snacks

Bryce York - The Product & Conversion Guy

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Product snacks are bite-sized visual articles for product leaders. Designed to fit in a single screenshot, these <500-word articles get straight to the good stuff!

In product management, we’re always busy and don’t have time to waste on fluffy content. I write to share a single lesson at a time with just the right amount of detail.

Written by Bryce York, a proven product management leader drawing on over a decade of experience in early-stage and high-growth startups.

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Latest Content

Velocity You Can Feel

Velocity should be qualitative, not quantitative, in early and growth-stage startups

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

The Process of Writing Processes

Know your audience and write a well-structured 
document they can follow without additional context

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

Diamond Processing for Product Managers

Make your products shine by cutting the excess and taking the time to polish the user experience

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

The Two Trains Metaphor and Instant Tech Debt

The most important part of making a “new” way of doing things is deprecating the “old” way

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

Discarding Features is Important Product Work

If there’s part of the product that never gets used or doesn’t deliver value, it’s time to consider removing it

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

Design Principles

A simple but powerful tool to keep your product experience consistent and guide your decision-making

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

The two key types of product risk and how to manage them

There are things we don’t know and things we can’t know, de-risk the former and test the latter.

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

Are you taking statistical significance too seriously?

In product, business significance is more important than statistical significance so make sure you’re not over-emphasizing stat sig.

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

Beware Overfitting Your Product Solutions

Using and acting on all data isn’t always ideal, don’t fall into the trap of trying to be everything to everyone.

in Product Snacks, Product Management  •  4 min read

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