Don't launch crappy
There’s a saying in startups that I’ve always questioned: “Ship crappy, fix it later.” The idea is that you can ship the first version of a product in less-than-stellar form, test it with the market, and fix it later. This works in two different environments: 1) Organizations that have a locked-in customer segment with little risk of losing those customers (Microsoft,...
In most people’s vocabularies, design means veneer. It’s interior decorating....– Transforming Grounds: The need for theoretical and philosophical books on design as a “big” thing and the passing of Kees Overbeeke and Steve Jobs (via yuebwang)