Why a good product development framework is important?

One of the most difficult task in startups has always been to take adominant product and repeat until it begins to find traction. Twitter, Pinterest, and hundreds of other successful startups had rough beginnings. The founders built success through trial and error. You’ve built something, but users aren’t signing up in multitudes. Whether you’re a chemist in the lab or an entrepreneur building a product, utilizing a repeatable framework with a fixed process guides you to knowing what step to take next when you don’t know the answer.

When you’re asking users for feedback, it’s common to receive false positives because they often don’t know what they want, and they’re not involved in the actual work it would take to make the change. Presenting multiple user stories yields more accurate responses. Users have a chance to prioritize what matters to them most.

You also have to decide whether to implement a feature is the root of this process. It’s much harder to decide against implementing an idea you’ve come up with because it often feels as if you’ve wasted your time and failed. There’s also a common misconception: unless you’re building, you aren’t making any progress. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

During the exploration phase, keeping a small sample size is crucial for allowing quick development. Supporting the smallest viable user base encourages the freedom to make drastic changes on a regular basis, remove features, support only a few browsers, and deal with minimal customer support issues.

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