Take Jay Chou's "Beautiful Face as Frost" as an example.
Some fans in the music field have analyzed that this song was reconciled to meet the compromise that Jay Chou's current voice had to make: Fang Wenshan's words, Jay Chou's music, and the deliberate fusion of the soundtrack are all from a technical level Backward compatibility for Jay Chou.
I don't understand music, but I find it enlightening.
In fact, technology serves the product, and the product is email list the expression carrier of business and commerce.
Maybe Jay Chou's voice can't keep up with the pace of the passing of youth, maybe his homework is unfamiliar, in short, this song does not have the amazing rap of the past, nor the rebellious and breakthrough singing voice of the earlier years, but in the integration of lyrics and music Down, still moody, intoxicating.
The same is true for making products, technology is the service product itself.
As a small example:
Last week, we were working on a design, which involved simple inventory management functions, mainly for the comprehensive management of "warehousing", "outgoing" and "receiving" of equipment and tools of production enterprises.
The middle field is called equipment status, and the status values originally designed by product manager A are "normal", "received", "returned", "out of stock" and so on.
During the review time, everyone felt that this piece was unclear. Later, I suggested to adjust it to two fields, one is "equipment status": normal, scrapped; the other is use status: "to be used", "to be returned".
In fact, the state of the device itself and the state of use of the device are two fields, which should be decoupled and should not be rigidly integrated. Just like placing an order and paying for an order, there should be different fields in different fields. order status and payment status.
This is a very simple technical problem. Take this example to let everyone know that technology serves the product, and the purpose is to allow users to better understand the business scenario, so as to make the user experience better. Similarly, the essence of a product is to serve business, and we will discuss this in detail with examples.