One project that I'm particularly proud of was a product I worked on at my previous company. It was a mobile app that helped users track and manage their daily expenses. I was responsible for the overall product strategy, user experience design, and project management. What I loved most about the product was its simplicity and ease of use. We focused on making it very intuitive, so users could quickly add and categorize their expenses without any friction. We also included features like budget tracking and spending insights to help users gain better control over their finances. If there was one thing I could change, it would be to introduce more flexibility in the way users could categorize their expenses. We had a fixed set of categories, but some users wanted to create their own custom categories. In hindsight, I think that would have been a valuable addition to the product. As for the four products I love, one that comes to mind is Google Maps. I use it all the time to navigate in unfamiliar places, and I love how accurate and reliable it is. One thing I would change about it is to make the UI a bit more customizable. I would like to be able to choose which information to display on the map, and in what format. Another product I love is Spotify. I think it's a great music streaming service, and I appreciate how it recommends new music based on my listening habits. One thing I would change about it is to make the search function more powerful. Sometimes it's hard to find exactly what I'm looking for, especially if it's a lesser-known artist or song. Overall, I think the key to creating great products is to focus on the user's needs and preferences. By truly understanding what users want and need, we can create products that are not only useful but also delightful to use.