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I wanted to add something to the topic from two days ago: Quality in the eyes of your users.
There is a thing I did not mention. A practice that could help you and your team achieve a higher quality of your products:
Doing feedback rounds early, also makes it easier to change course, should you find it necessary to do so.
And, there is often this dreaded line:
They client asks when they can see something. What can I tell them?
Having feedback rounds enforces a development culture where people create runnable/viewable results. How often do you have it, that a developer sits at their desk for two weeks or more? When the time comes to show what they have created, the following things might be true:
Early feedback rounds prevent this from happening. When was the last time you showed your work and asked for feedback?