Building a great product that just works should be priority number one and once you begin to understand what settings might be tweaked, should you then start to think about adding a settings panel.
Users assume you are giving them the settings that are best for them right off the bat. If you aren’t, then they might view your product as a failure.
People choose not on the basis of what’s most important, but on what’s easiest to evaluate.
The best products don’t focus on features, they focus on clarity. Problems should be fixed through simple solutions, something you don’t have to configure, maintain, control. The perfect solution needs to be so simple and transparent you forget it’s even there.
To me, ideas are worth nothing unless executed. They are just a multiplier. Execution is worth millions.
Design is not just the way a product or a website may look – design is the product in its entire form, and a big part of that is its story.
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