Dave Morin Quotes.
In social, you have to innovate in information. If you have the same thing as everyone else, you’re just not interesting.
If I learned one thing working at Facebook: If users are trying to use your app in a certain way, get out of their way and let them.
Products should speak for themselves, and marketing should support that.
Path does not spam users. Invites on Path are never sent without a user’s consent – any allegations to the contrary are false.
I have two iPhones: one for day and one for the night. When the day phone runs out, the night phone takes over. I never have to worry.
People love having a home. People love going to their house and sleeping in their bedroom and having a conversation around the dinner table. You don’t particularly think of that conversation as a private conversation; you just think of it as something that happened in your home.
We give you a list of suggested friends to connect with who are already on Path. We notify you when other friends of yours join Path.
Any time you build a network, you have to help users find their friends.
Simple and intuitive design is what inspires and drives me.
My best entrepreneurial advice is to start.
We want to make sure the stories that show up in Path are both good stories and are a big part of people’s lives.
Frankly, the hardest pieces of feedback we got in the U.S. was, ‘I would love if more of our friends were on Path. It’s hard to get them to join.’
When you set out to create a new product, you usually do not start by trying to think of something completely new. You think of a product or concept that is already ‘normal’ to the world and then try to make it better. You make it Super Normal.
We don’t want to connect you with just anyone on Path. Without the contact list information, some of these features just don’t work.
I have two iPhones, one for day and one for the night.