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    Minimum Viable Product: To Develop an MVP or not to Develop an MVP

    James Nagy - 4395 Article rating: No rating

    A minimum viable product (MVP) is a software development technique.  This is where a new product or website is developed with sufficient features to satisfy the early adopters and early requirements. The final, complete set of features is then designed and developed after considering feedback from the product's initial users. Consider it as a product built with a minimum feature set. So, should we be developing the features that the customers are asking for as the minimal requirements? Should we just be doing the bare minimum or should we be going above and beyond to satisfy a larger audience?

    User Experience: Functionality vs Aesthetics

    James Nagy - 5340 Article rating: No rating

    ​User experience is always about a balance. When creating a positive user experience for clients and customers, you have to consider the overall usage.  While a design might have a great cohesive look that you want to go with, you don’t want to sacrifice functionality for your users. No matter how good a program or website looks –it’s useless if it’s not something that people can actually use.  Bottom line? Don’t let your OCD get in the way of user experience.  It doesn’t have to be asymmetrical, it has to be functional.

    The Value of the Retrospective Meeting

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    ​The retrospective meeting is one that everyone thinks they want, but often times people don’t actually do.  It’s extremely important though, after you do something big, to pull everyone back together and ask, “What worked well? What needs improvement? What should we never do again?” The difficult part to having a retrospective meeting is doing it in a way that really stresses that the point of the meeting is to grow and improve and not to blame.

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