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Even if you do read it cover to cover, don’t feel like you have to do everything in the order I present it. There’s no exact recipe to follow that will get you to a fantastic product. Sometimes you need to design, sometimes you need to observe users, sometimes you need to run tests, and sometimes you need to do all that and a few dozen other things at the same time. In this book, you will learn practical, hands-on tactics for doing all those things leaner, better, faster, and more cheaply.

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One way to figure out what to do: ask things like, "what problem am I having?" and "what does the solution look like?" and "what am I trying to achieve?"