Hello! — I'm Jim Lamiell, Product Manager at The New York Times
I specialize in understanding and pursuing product opportunities, guiding day-to-day development toward organizational goals, and measuring success through qualitative and quantitative testing.
Uncovering the unmet needs of potential customers is the first step in pursuing a product opportunity. I have experience in interviewing users, ideating with teams, and presenting to stakeholders.
Ensuring the organization's goals and user's needs are being met by the product's design and development is essential for success and something I manage on a day-to-day basis.
Going by gut can be a helpful part of decision-making, but not as the only input. I turn hypotheses into actionable insights through qualitative and quantitative testing with users.