Love your framing of how these degradations are not features, but functions that enable a good user…
Adam Lukasik

Totally. The “iOS Low Power Mode” is a great example. They had to invent a low power mode to mitigate the fact that their battery life sucks. But that’s also an indication that the actual missing feature is having a phone that is capable of going for a low time without charging (doesn’t require this degradation to serve its users. )
Basically the better your get at replacing degradations with actual features, the better your product would be.

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