## 1. Tell me about a time you needed to make a product tradeoff In my previous role as a product manager at XYZ company, we were working on a new feature for our mobile app that would allow users to make payments through the app. One of the key requirements for this feature was that it needed to be extremely user-friendly and easy to use. However, our development team informed us that implementing this feature in the way we wanted would require significant additional development time and resources. After evaluating the tradeoffs, we decided to simplify the feature to make it more feasible for the development team to implement. We made several changes to the design, such as reducing the number of steps required to complete a payment and removing some of the more complex features. While this meant that the final feature was not quite as user-friendly as we had originally envisioned, it was still a significant improvement over the previous version of the app. ## 2. Tell me about how you built a roadmap At ABC company, I was responsible for building a roadmap for a new product we were developing. To start, I worked closely with our stakeholders to identify the key goals and objectives for the project, as well as the target audience and the main user needs we were trying to address. Based on this information, I created a comprehensive list of features and requirements for the product. Next, I worked with our development team to estimate the time and resources required to implement each of these features, taking into account any dependencies or technical challenges. From there, I developed a timeline for the project, breaking it down into smaller milestones and identifying any key dates or deadlines we needed to meet. Throughout the process, I regularly communicated with our stakeholders and team members to ensure that everyone was aligned and that we were making progress towards our goals. I also made sure to regularly revisit and update the roadmap as needed based on changes in priorities or new information. ## 3. Tell me about a tech product (HW) you like - how would you improve it? One tech product that I really like is the Apple Watch. One way I would improve it would be to add more advanced health monitoring features, such as the ability to track blood pressure and blood glucose levels. Additionally, I think it would be useful to have more customized workout tracking and recommendations based on individual user needs and fitness goals. ## 4. Tell me about a product you've built that you're proud of At DEF company, I was part of a team that developed a new project management tool for small businesses. One of the main challenges we faced was creating a product that was both powerful and easy to use, without overwhelming users with too many features. To address this challenge, we spent a lot of time researching and testing different design approaches, as well as working closely with our target users to understand their needs and pain points. Based on this feedback, we developed a streamlined interface that focused on the most important features and made it easy for users to get started right away. Overall, I'm really proud of the final product we developed. It received great feedback from our users and helped many small businesses improve their project management processes and achieve their goals.
Behavioral + Product Sense