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With Lean UX, you need to constantly be improving your product, not just by adding new features, but also by improving the experience of the features you have already built and killing underperforming features.

Nothing is ever really finished. It’s just ready for its next iteration.

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All else equal, it's better to be doing something than to be doing nothing.