Your Tools Are Unfinished

Building something new brings with it a burst of motivation and inspiration. As the project gets closer to the end goal and becomes “good enough” that motivation reduces proportionally. However, this “good enough” benchmark is rarely accurate. Instead, it's often a misinterpretation: good enough for you, the creator. When you begin to feel this reduction in motivation, inspiration, and momentum, it is time to collect feedback on what you've done so far. Once in the hands of users the cut corners, missing functionality, lack of documentation, and other flaws surface. These are the things that make your project truly “good enough.”