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“Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth in the end because once you get there you can move mountains.”
How keeping things simple can help build better products. I will share personal experiences and a case study where through simple techniques of using pen and paper, we could built powerful prototypes that validated our hypothesis and gave us the confidence to move into the delivery phase. All of this without a single piece of code written. This ultimately led to the building an innovative product that is helping scientists across the globe conduct experiments successfully and helping the field of science and medicine move forward.