Dominykas Rimša on Prototyping & testingProduct & UX DesignerSome time ago
The things we make when building products are never done. There’s always the next feature or pivot or bug or optimization. In this way, digital design is inherently ephemeral. Our work was never meant to exist forever, and honestly, it would be a shame if it did. But, perhaps paradoxically, our work is enduring. It exists as part of a whole, and that whole is your product, your team, your company. You might not ship that thing you want to ship, but maybe someone will ship something better 2 years down the road. And maybe that thing wouldn’t be quite as good had it not been for your efforts.
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Thank you for sharing! You just gave me a direction where to continue learning 😉
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