Product and UX expertise in B2B and B2C security products
Razvan works in product management but has a strong background in agile methodologies and roots in UI experience and design. He has over 10 years of experience in managing large, cross-functional, distributed teams.
This autumn at How to Web, Razvan is going to show you how security products are designed and why some uninspired messages make it into product interfaces. So make sure you don’t miss his talk.
Bridging the gap between R&D and UX
It’s almost a paradox, from a marketer’s standpoint, how a product with no GUI and everything available just from the command line has a higher adoption rate than a product with similar functionality and a ton of money invested into UX.
It’s also a paradox, this time from a core R&D point of view, how a product with seemingly light functionality but great UX sells undeniably better than a much more technically valuable product.
When building security products, we’re facing a constant struggle of balancing UX with functionality. And, in the end, it all boils down to whether your users love or fear such terms as “Telnet”, “Protocol”, or “Wireshark”.
Meet Razvan Todor at How to Web!
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