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Discussion on: How do you improve your front-end project regularly? (A desperate urge from a junior)

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Anower Jahan Shofol Author

Thanks for great suggestions, guys.

The MVP will be beta released on two to three months to public. I would try to use the team's other members feedback as there is no dedicated sales guy in the startup now.

And, for the freelance projects, is there any way to get the feedback from public or do you think getting the feedback from client is enough?

And, thanks for the resource links, checking those.

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Rishiraj Purohit

Getting feedback from public is a bit complicated as it depends on your company's policies. But when getting feedback from the client always remember that this is their baby so they will always want to improve something, it's you who have to show passion and make them feel that current ux is good for MVP.

I've had experience and the only way is to sell a proven process. Good UX -> Beta test -> Feedback from users -> improve -> Final release.

For freelance projects, I would recommend getting a detailed requirement doc from the client, or creating one in a meeting to make sure both parties know the deliverables and then stick to those. Freelance is more about delivering what the client wants and what you feel should be done.