Practical insights design & product practitioners can use
This newsletter is for people who want to build products and solve hard problems.
It’s for people who want to go on the journey as a Product Designer, a Product Manager, or a Design Manager. You will get practical ideas, mindsets, and habits to help you solve hard problems better.
This newsletter is for you if you want to…
Adopt human-centered practice to build great products
Build habits that help you to be a good problem-solver
Get practical tips for working more effectively as a product builder
Get principles that translated around life
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Who am I?
Hi, I'm Budi Tanrim. I'm currently working as a Group Product Manager at GovTech (previously Senior Principal Product Designer). We’re supporting Indonesia's Ministry of Education. We're on the mission to improve student learning outcomes. To see more of my professional journey, go to my LinkedIn.
What I can offer is a practical perspective from my experience in the product design industry for about 12 years. I also made a transition to the product management world, so I know how it feels on both sides.
This newsletter is for everyone who wants to continually improve and become a better problem-solver.
What people say
Budi Tanrim ✏️ @buditanrimFinally got a chance to draw some post illustration. https://t.co/lyH9vXMgbm
Budi Tanrim ✏️ @buditanrimI've explored how to make a good portfolio in my blog recently. It will make you stand out among the candidates, but it is not a guarantee you will get a job. Normally, the next step is the interview. You should at least prepare 3 things: 🍍Last role 🍍Aspiration 🍍Questions