Product Discovery and Ideation

I can help get you to launch of a new website / app or plan a programme of changes to radically improve an existing product.

  • Get you from idea to launch through user / market research, product planning and UX design
  • Work with you to run product discovery research, define customer needs and plan anew product
  • Plan and execute an MVP (Minimum viable product)
  • Support you to ensure MVP delivers the data, insight and learnings to build a solid business
  • Define the product vision and develop the product strategy
  • Innovate by identifying unmet user needs an planning a new product to meet them
  • Develop a business case
  • Develop a product roadmap and plan a programme of work
  • Work through a challenging complex problem space to define and develop a new product

Using JTBD to create innovative products

Email: joe@mrjoe.ukLinkedIn: Joe LeechTwitter: @mrjoe

For companies

Twelve years of working with leading businesses to set vision, develop strategy and deliver projects & programmes of work.

  • If you are planning a redesign or a programme of improvement I can help
  • Use UX techniques like Jobs to be Done to map and prioritise users needs
  • Orientate the business around user needs to improve decision making and time to market
  • Benchmark performance, set goals and project KPI improvements
  • Develop a realistic plan to deliver
  • Specialist in international product strategy
  • Practical support working alongside your team to deliver projects

For startups

A lean approach to define user needs, set product direction and deliver the right features at the right time.

  • From idea, to plan to product
  • User experience led approach to align product idea to user needs
  • Develop a realistic business plan to increase investor confidence
  • Develop user and market centred product roadmap
  • Plan, deliver and continuously improve an MVP to a viable, successful business
  • Avoid challenging pivots by designing to meet defined user needs
  • Apply psychology and behavioural change theory