If you’ve been working on an app for a long time and are a big fan of its interface, you’ve probably noticed a trend: The more complicated the app, the less familiar it is to the user.
But there’s one key difference between an app that you’ve created and one that’s being developed: The app you’ve written is actually the product of a process engineer.
As a product manager, you’re the one responsible for all the processes that make your app useful.
The process engineer takes care of all the hard work that goes into creating an app, from designing and building it, to testing it, and finally delivering it to your users.
The most common use of a product engineer is to make sure that the app works well enough for a user to install it.
And the more you’re able to automate the work of the process engineer, the more valuable your app will be.