Giff Constable is the CEO of Neo, a global product innovation and agile development consulting company. Lately he has been working closely with Time Inc, American Express, and other companies in pursuit of new digital products and business lines. He authored Talking to Humans, a practical guide to the qualitative side of customer development (i.e. interviewing customers).
Giff’s ecclectic background bridges 6 software and Internet startups, and includes dalliances in the art world and doing technology M&A. He has designed and built digital products and experiences for both consumers and Fortune 100 companies. He is an innovation specialist and a functional generalist, wearing hats across business, design and development.
Giff was named was named “Product Person of the Year” for 2010 by NYC’s The Product Group meetup. He co-organizes the 4,700-member Lean Lessons Learned Meetup in New York, speaks regularly on lean startup and customer development concepts, and blogs at http://giffconstable.com.
He has also spoken at major conferences like NRF and GDC, as well as through media outlets such as Business Week, New York Times, CNBC, NPR, ABC News, and Reuters.
OK, that’s enough third-person. I find balance through creative projects, whether they be cooking and a food blog, or art projects (although my projects these days tend to be digital in nature). I live in the suburbs of New York with the mayhem of a family with excessively high-energy children. You can reach me at giff(dot)constable @gmail.
You can also see my projects from over the years here.