Better Product Glossary

Understand key digital product terminology to learn what it takes to design, build, market, and sell better product.

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Annotations

The process of auditing your digital product’s working front-end code as it relates to the initial product design specifications.

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Feature Definition

The process of narrowing down a high-level user pain point or product functionality to a specific set of requirements, necessary screens to design, and details around who should have access to the feature.

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Information Architecture

Information architecture is the structure and hierarchy of data objects in a digital system, typically delivered in a written document to product engineers and web developers. Data in the hierarchy should be labeled and organized for scalability and efficiency.

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Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

The first version of your digital product. MVPs include a focused feature set that aims to satisfy early adopters and allow the product to be tested in market.

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Product Management

Product managers make sure that the features being built meet and support the overarching business goals of the company. They work cross-functionally to determine what to build, why it should be built, and when.

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Product Roadmap

A strategic, forward-looking document that visually maps out what will be built in your product over a span of time.

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Solution Definition

A high-level view of all the modules and features that make up your digital product.

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User Feedback

Praise or complaints given from users about your digital product and how effective the product is at solving their problems.

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User Validation

The process of showing design mockups to prospects, users, or potential users to get feedback on design plans and overall direction from people that would actually use the product.

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