Let's go back to the "Frosty Face" in the new album.
When I first heard it, when I looked at the barrage, I was swept up in my emotions unconsciously, and I also felt that it was very ordinary, not at all surprising.
When I got off work at 9:00 p.m. and finished my day's work, I was walking on the empty road with the feeling of realizing a little value, watching the neon flashing, parked the email list car on the side of the road, and tried to listen to the lyrics again. , found that the feeling is completely different, the more you listen, the better it sounds.
In fact, product experience depends on user scenarios. The charm of products lies in the same-frequency resonance of scenarios. The difference is that good products can actively create user scenarios.
Why do we always say that memories have sound, because this is the resonance of the scene triggered by your memory.
Mr. Lei said that making products that move people's hearts must come from users, go to users, make friends with users, try to understand their usage scenarios, and resonate with users at the same frequency.
You see, empathy is the bottom line of product experience.
Many years ago, I met an interviewer who asked me a question: You should read the book "Everyone is a Product Manager". What do you think is the best work of the author of this book?
At that time, classmate Jing was still very young. I didn't have Mr. Su Jie's WeChat at that time. I just intuitively felt that this book lowered the entry threshold of the product industry to a certain extent, and it was regarded as a simple guide for product managers.
The interviewer's subsequent communication made me remember deeply: he said that he felt that Mr. Su Jie's best product was himself. He was known to people through this book, and then leveraged the traffic lever and consolidated his influence.
To be honest, I really don't know whether Mr. Su Jie's best works are h