I typically push founders not to worry about every little detail when building their MVP (minimum viable product), but here's an alternative viewpoint:
"A techie might be fine with a rough, purely functional experience,
but the general population has grown high expectations for their apps, so it’s become important to redefine 'viable' as needing to grant a degree of comfort and a modicum of delight."
What do you think? Has the bar been
raised on MVPs? Do we really have to get the user experience perfect just to test a first version of our product?