This document is designed to help team members propose a solution to a problem and get feedback on that proposal.
This is an exercise to help the product team build a deeper understanding of your community, better understand your business priorities, and set the groundwork for product team onboarding.
The goal of the Product Requirements Document is to help our team members fully understand a problem and define what’s needed to address it.
A PRD is most helpful for working through an ambiguous challenge with many stakeholders. It is often followed by one or more Sylva RFC’s based on the outlined requirements in each proposed Phase.
Hi there! I have ~10 years experience working in Data/Analytics, most recently in the fintech field. Super excited to be heading up Data here at Sylva!
Fun fact: I go canoeing on the Hudson, which I will talk about nonstop if you let me (don't let me).
My extended family (community?) is important to me because life and reality are shared experiences. Those experiences can guide you to do better for yourself and those around you.
Data Engineering, Data Analytics/Science, scripting automations, rowing
Sameer's the first engineer at Sylva. He's been into tech for the past five years. Sameer has held founding engineer positions at early-stage startups, from Pre-product to the Growth stage.
Leading a curiosity-driven career, on most weekends, Sameer is an Indie-hacker, running micro-SaaS products or exploring new ones in community forums :)
Also, he loves traveling and likes getting out of his comfort zone. Currently, he is learning about product growth!
Know your audience!
Chintan is a designer and developer who just loves building stuff using nocode tools. He's passionate about crafting beautiful and functional interfaces that people truly loves.
Prior to Sylva he was working independently by helping businesses build their online presence and grow organically. In his college days he founded two startups in autonomous drones and traffic optimisation fields.
He loves playing football and table tennis in his free time (sometimes video games too ;).
Member experiences, Web design, No Code Tools, Creating & Automizing Processes
Experiment with member experiences and ask for feedbacks