Designing For User Delight

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Adam Berrey wrote a nice article about why a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) often falls short of meeting users’ needs.

He argues that by focussing on a product’s gestalt (its core features and experience, i.e. its essential characteristics, such as Google’s search bar or Facebook’s friends feed), design and quality truly successful product designs delight the user to a degree he or she falls in love with the product.

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Independent IT consultant, entrepreneur
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