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Iterative Design

Iterative design is a process in product management where design changes and improvements are made in small increments and tested with users before implementing them fully. It's like building a puzzle - you start with a few pieces, see how they fit together, make adjustments, and add more pieces until the whole picture comes together. This approach allows for continuous feedback and refinement, helping to create a better product over time. It's all about learning, adapting, and evolving based on user insights.

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