It’s a big assumption, but I assume that both you and me have been working from home for at least the last five days now. And although I’d rather look the other way and continue with my day to day, it’s hard because many of us see the impact of the virus on our businesses.
The flip side of the virus
So what’s the upside of this virus? Some of us might experience a low season for the next couple of weeks. Low season that otherwise would’ve meant, crushing it day to day. So with a little bit of time on our hands, opportunities arise.
You could pick up that one project, start following an online course, use some of these tools below to talk to your customers and get more qualitative feedback in. You have no excuse to finally start reading that book or go through your saved long read articles. Hell, you could even go to my archive
and start looking around the older newsletters for some curated articles and videos.
All to eventually become better at what you do or to become more resilient.
In light of that thought I added two links. The first is a comparison of UX tools you can use to gather intel on your (new) product. The second is a list of things to do when in quarantine by one of my favourite tech newsletters: Morning Brew ☕️.
- Lead Product Manager @ Onefit (Amsterdam)
- Internship: Customer Social Media @ Otrium (Amsterdam)
- Senior Manager Partner Marketing DACH @ Netflix (Amsterdam)
Enjoy your weekend and see you next week!