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Is There Such a Thing as a Dumb User?

It’s been many years since the term MVP (minimum viable product) took the Product Management World by storm. Essentially a development technique, MVP is a process in which a new product houses just enough features to meet a customer need. The finer details are only added once early users of the product provide feedback. The basic premise of an MVP is that there is no need to fully flesh out the design — a rough version of…




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