Fix First, Polish Later

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You pull up outside a nightclub.

You’re driving a brand new, top of the range, Mercedes-Benz, which just so happens to have a headlight out.

When you get out of the car people don’t say “hey nice car”, they’ll tell you you’ve got a broken headlight.

The same applies to your product – If it’s broken, users won’t care how good it looks.

Make sure the basics are working first before you go showing off in front of everyone.