What I Learned Ending Our Software Startup After Six Months of Product Development

A small snippet of Pradl’s landing page. I designed the front-end using Bootstrap.

1. Intuition is great for thinking about your product, but is less trustworthy when thinking about your customers

2. To be obsessed with your customers, you (probably) have to like them

Pradl’s seller dashboard, which helped sellers manage the listings they used Pradl with.

3. Failure is ugly

In Conclusion

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👋 I design and code at startups. You can learn a lot more at https://nicksiscoe.me

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Nick Siscoe

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👋 I design and code at startups. You can learn a lot more at https://nicksiscoe.me

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