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Giving your future self a little credit with progressive enhancement - Blog - Pixo | Apps, websites, and software development
We often talk about technical debt — the costs we’ll need to pay in the future when we make short-term compromises. Progressive enhancement is the opposite of that — a sort of technical credit that will make things easier for us in the future.
A good explanation of how progressive enhancement works perfectly with the idea of a minimal viable product:
We focus first on a core experience that delivers what your users are looking for, and then we start adding enhancements that will delight them.
Friday, January 17th, 2020
Demos, Prototypes, and MVPs | Jacob Kaplan-Moss
I’m usually building one of three things: a demo, a prototype, or a minimum viable product (MVP).
I’ve seen some confusion over these terms — some people seem to use them somewhat interchangeable. But they’re not the same thing, and building one when you need another can cause problems.
This is a very useful distinction!