Introducing customer-centric feature management

Bucket feature management
We’ve added feature flags to give B2B product teams a better way to release features - from gradual rollout to customer satisfaction.

Leading vs lagging indicators (how product teams move fast)

Product teams are rightly told to focus on outcome over output. But, there’s a problem with outcome-driven product development: The feedback loop is slow.

Our journey to customer-centric feature management

We had a positioning problem. This March, we drew a line in the sand and picked a product category. We’re Customer-Centric Feature Management.
We had a positioning problem. This March, we drew a line in the sand and picked a product category. We’re Customer-Centric Feature Management.

Bucket welcomes Kamil Lafere to the team

I’m excited to welcome Kamil Lafere as Bucket's new Senior Designer!

How to actually help product teams ship better features

How to actually help product teams ship better features
We’ve all read the theoretical articles about using “insights” to “evaluate” and build better products. Now, there’s nothing wrong with these but they’re missing the most important part: how to actually do it in practice and in a repeatable manner that doesn’t take up your whole week.

Welcoming James Eisner to Bucket

I’m thrilled to welcome James Eisner to Bucket as a Growth Marketer!

What makes a user stick with a new feature?

Every feature introduced should delight the end user, or even become indispensable to their work. However, achieving this 'stickiness' is easier said than done. This article looks at the complexities of feature retention and explores strategies that product teams can employ to ensure users embrace new features.

Features aren’t free - the hidden costs of adding cool stuff

According to Marty Cagan, at least half of all features in the average software roadmap are never going to work for customers. So much investment goes into product development without a clear idea of what the return is. Bucket was formed to solve the problem of hidden feature costs and make your roadmaps work.

Bucket is launching publicly with fresh Seed investment

What a ride the last 1.5 years have been! Thanks to all early adopters for having shown interest in us and for helping create a better way to ship features that matter. With a fresh Seed round from Project A, including participation from existing investor Creandum, we have raised $5.7m in total and are launching publicly today!

Welcome Alex

I’m stoked to welcome Alex to Bucket as Principal Backend Engineer!