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Behind The Curtain
Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Mark H. Pavlidis
@mhp
mhp@flixel.com
2016-05-30
DevTO
Motivation
A Brief History
–Arthur C. Clarke
“Any sufficiently advanced
technology is indistinguishable from
magic”
Product Management
@ Flixel
Focus
Flexible
Sustainable
Not Project
Management
Autonomy
Mastery
Purpose
Focus
Products are
Puzzles
Unknown Unknowns
Design For Change
Stress CurvePerformance
Pressure
Lazy Burnout
Uncomfortable Fatigue
Everything
is a
Tradeoff
Brainstorming
How To Make Choices
Socratic Method
Luck = Preparation ⋂ Opportunity
Summary
• No Silver Bullet
• Everything is a Tradeoff
• Products are ultra marathons
• Focus - Flexible - Sustainable
Essential Reading
• Drive, Daniel Pink
• Making Ideas Happen, Scott Belsky
• The Essential Drucker, Peter Drucker
• Mythic...
Cinemagraphs By
• Alexandre Miguel - flixel.com/ixhumni
• John Tweddell - flixel.com/emsworthboy
• Jason Teale - flixel.com/J...
Behind The Curtain
Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Mark H. Pavlidis
@mhp
mhp@flixel.com
2016-05-30
DevTO
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic
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Challenging conventional methods, Mark will present a framework you can use to minimize process and how to consistently level-up your product. This product - not project - management approach to building Flixel’s apps has been critical for development decision making and focus. It has lead to partnerships with ANTM, Adobe, and Facebook, and an Apple Design Award for Cinemagraph Pro for Mac.

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Behind the Curtain: Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic

  1. 1. Behind The Curtain Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic Mark H. Pavlidis @mhp mhp@flixel.com 2016-05-30 DevTO
  2. 2. Motivation
  3. 3. A Brief History
  4. 4. –Arthur C. Clarke “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”
  5. 5. Product Management @ Flixel
  6. 6. Focus Flexible Sustainable
  7. 7. Not Project Management
  8. 8. Autonomy Mastery Purpose
  9. 9. Focus
  10. 10. Products are Puzzles
  11. 11. Unknown Unknowns
  12. 12. Design For Change
  13. 13. Stress CurvePerformance Pressure Lazy Burnout Uncomfortable Fatigue
  14. 14. Everything is a Tradeoff
  15. 15. Brainstorming
  16. 16. How To Make Choices
  17. 17. Socratic Method
  18. 18. Luck = Preparation ⋂ Opportunity
  19. 19. Summary • No Silver Bullet • Everything is a Tradeoff • Products are ultra marathons • Focus - Flexible - Sustainable
  20. 20. Essential Reading • Drive, Daniel Pink • Making Ideas Happen, Scott Belsky • The Essential Drucker, Peter Drucker • Mythical Man Month, Fred Brooks • Getting Real, Fried, Hansson, Lindemann
  21. 21. Cinemagraphs By • Alexandre Miguel - flixel.com/ixhumni • John Tweddell - flixel.com/emsworthboy • Jason Teale - flixel.com/JTeale • Brian Babineau - flixel.com/brianbabineau • Peter Chou - flixel.com/flashbulb/ • Me - flixel.com/mhp
  22. 22. Behind The Curtain Making Magical Tools Is Not Magic Mark H. Pavlidis @mhp mhp@flixel.com 2016-05-30 DevTO

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