I know that a lot of Eazfuscator.NET users are product makers. And product creation still remains a twilight area.
Yesterday I stumbled upon Leon's Bambrick Your First Product and it got me immediately hooked. Here is the article excerpt I liked the most:
When you're building a product you need to view your product from the customer's point of view. You need to see it with "fresh eyes", with the eyes of a beginner.
This is very hard to do. In fact, it's impossible. But you must try.
Yes, that's a good and important point. Developers are often plagued by the tunnel vision. They may think they do good to a customer, but in reality they do damage. Developing an empathy for your customers helps a lot to overcome the inherent mentality.
There is a lot more:
Check it out: https://yourfirstproduct.com/Info