One of the things that I've been trying to exercise with anyone that I work with is that a good idea that is half realised for people to start using is infinitely better than a great idea that never gets launched while you're trying to perfect it.

This article is all about people becoming paralysed with the choice of all the new fancy toys and never actually delivering something, or making the mistake of picking something shiny and new to try and delivery on a project that you could have used a pen and paper to deliver.

While I do not get into the practice of releasing sites that have broken or flawed users journeys, I do like to push clients to phase some of their larger pieces of work so that candidates can see a continued improvement in the process rather than waiting an age to see any change at all.