Framework is a podcast about the process of researching, planning and building that goes into bringing a product to market.
This has been Framework, where we dig into the research, planning and building that goes into bringing products to market. We've had a great run but we both decided it was time to tell different stories. Huge thanks to everyone to who joined us over the last couple of years, and thanks to you for listening.
Wes Bos – Master Gatsby
Wes Bos is a full stack developer from Canada. He creates free and paid online training courses for web developers and co-hosts the popular web development podcast Syntax.fm.
Justin Jackson – Transistor
Justin is the co-founder of Transistor.fm. They do podcast hosting for folks like Basecamp, Indie Hackers, and VH1. You can hear about their journey on the Build your SaaS podcast. He also runs MegaMaker (a community for bootstrappers).
Amrita Gurney – CrowdRiff
Amrita Gurney is the Vice President of Marketing & Community at CrowdRiff, where she leads a team responsible for marketing, brand design and customer community. She is a frequent speaker at travel and tourism events around the globe. CrowdRiff is the leading visual marketing platform used by 800 travel and hospitality brands to discover and deliver visuals that influence today’s travelers. Amrita loves digital marketing, contemporary art, drinking tea and recently fulfilled a lifelong dream of traveling to all 7 continents.
Paul Jarvis – Fathom Analytics
Paul Jarvis is a designer and writer who makes simple and humane products. His latest book, Company of One, explores why bigger isn’t always better in business. He’s the cofounder of Fathom Analytics – a privacy-focused website analytics software that’s bootstrapped, independent and fully self-funded.
Emily Fan – Shopify
Emily is a product manager, developer, and civic action enthusiast, currently working at Shopify on internal tools that help the company scale. She started her career in the public service, building tooling to support the City of Toronto’s multi-billion dollar budget process. She is also an avid community organizer, and co-founded Rails Girls TO and Civic Tech Toronto. In her spare time, she enjoys playing volleyball and chasing after her toddler at home.
I've learned a ton about creating, launching, and selling products from listening to this podcast! They always get really interesting guests on; i've enjoyed every one i've listened to.
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Great insight into how people are making real things. 13/10 would listen to every episode.
New fav podcast 👌🏼
Love the concept for this podcast – heading product thinkers describe how they Research, Design, Build and ship amazing products. Great diversity of perspectives! Can’t wait to hear from more smart folks! 💯