I helped Elsevier with creating a program that continuously evaluates new product experiments, to tackle challenging information quests that scientists face.
Scientists are time constrained, deal with more and more content each year and have to outperform their peers. Elsevier wanted to evaluate new concepts.
Implement a process that enables product teams to quickly gather in-depth user feedback, qualitatively and quantitative to create products that align with user needs.
We were able to evaluate dozens of products experiments in hundreds of user interviews with researchers from all over the world.
Using a Lean UX approach to validate and iterate concepts with increasing fidelity. Various concepts proofed valuable enough to be launched as MVP to scientists.
Creating the fundaments for the development of high value features on Mendeley, a social platform that helps scientists showcase their work, find information articles and collaborate in groups.
We created a measurement framework to quantify the value proposition of various experiments and their potential contribution to the overall product adoption and retention.
Using this value measurement framework we were able to help product leadership understand and prioritise features.