2014 on Inside Intercom

This is our 89th post of 2014, so we thought it’d be fun to look back at some of the more interesting articles we published, both by the visuals and the numbers.

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By the visuals

We have always gone to great efforts to produce meaningful graphics that quickly explain the concepts we write about. This style of article is heavily inspired by the great Kathy Sierra. Here’s some of our favourites from the last 12 months.

Start With a Cupcake

Some Things Can’t Be Wireframed

Privacy Implications for Product Design

Growth Hacking is Bullshit

Before You Plan Your Product Roadmap

Time For Sales to Call a Truce With Customers

Four Things I Wish Every Chart Did

Asking Why Is Not Always The Best Strategy

By the numbers

Our ten most popular posts published this year covered our usual set of topics, namely design, product strategy, product planning, growth hacking, and Intercom news.

The End of Apps As We Know Them
7 Things I Wish Every Search Box Did
How a Silicon Valley Outsider Raised $30 million in 30 Months
Rarely Say Yes to Feature Requests
Four Things I Wish Every Chart Did
Killer User Onboarding Starts With a Story
On Magical Software
Before You Plan Your Product Roadmap
Why New Features Usually Flop
Growth Hacking is Bullshit

Enjoy your holidays. See you in 2015.