Your personal magazine—what does that mean from the perspective of a product manager?
Three things: a) create a relevant reading experience for all users b) help them discover new content and c) connect with a community of likeminded people.
We’re the voice of the user. Every decision—from driving discoverability mechanisms to deepening engagement—has to be of the greatest value to our users. And we love working with others: from engineers to designers, we iterate and implement with everyone.
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Flipboard takes the limited time we all have, and turns it into quality time.Yvonne Chou, Head of Product Management
Get to know Flipboard's product team – flip through our magazines.
Yvonne Chou: The Greatness of Ryan Lochte
Follow the championship races and freestyle antics of the winsome Olympic gold medalist, from 10,000-calorie meals to wet T-shirt memes.view the magazine
Christen Duong: Gotham
Classic black and white shots reveal the city at its moodiest and most profound in this photography magazine dedicated to New York.view the magazine
Dave Huynh: Into The Wild
Take a hike far away from the everyday and find the world’s wildest places to pitch a tent in the ultimate backpacker magazine.view the magazine
Barrie Levinson: Portland
Outlandish ideas start here – this magazine shows how Portlanders turn sewage into beer, use foraged truffles as cosmetics and rebuild downtown with gingerbread.view the magazine