How to balance "ship now, fail fast" attitudes toward product development with making sure tests aren't sabotaged due to insufficient QA/sloppy design?
Asked 3 years ago
I have a client who does radical redesigns of sales pages/funnels: They're gung-ho about launching and running a test as fast as possible, regardless of issues raised/bugs discovered.
If you have advice/cautionary tales/thoughtful articles to share about the importance of comprehensive QA before running tests, especially ones with radical changes, I would love to hear them!
Thanks in advance :)
Sunday, May 23, 2021
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