If you put up an MVP, it shouldn’t be “because we ran out of time” but more “because we wanted to learn something”.
So the way I’ve been thinking about this is a little differently.
Amelia Schmidt
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Great point. I agree to your thoughts on what an MVP should be. And that’s what it is usually — a chance to learn something from feedback received from users. Absolutely.

What often happens though is that some flows cannot be executed perfectly as a designer envisions. It faces ramifications due to engineering constraints, timeline etc. Now, the ideal experience is not shipped, so how do we get it out? Which is what maintaining a UX Debt sheet helps with. To make sure we get back to it at some point and a way to improve it over time as you mentioned.

But yes, it is very hard to get this moving fast.

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