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Why MVPs Suck [at the risk of being unpopular]

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Rachel Klausner “Minimum Viable Product” — or MVP — has taken the product world by storm. Silicon Valley lives by it and product teams write it in big bold letters on their exposed brick walls. Ok product world, you’re not going to like this, but at the risk of being unpopular, I’ll just say it: MVPs hold us back. MVPs enable mediocre work to be pushed. MVPs just kinda suck. I recently heard a genius comparison from Steve Vassallo of Foundation Capital. Steve compares initial product launches to

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