She just does not understand why one would want to watch anything this way. It’s boring and frustrating. She makes it through the end of the movie but has little interest in watching more. She’d rather play. The television is never turned on again during our stay…
A limited product is just big enough and good enough that you can learn something important from it.
But a limited product probably doesn’t do anything else. It doesn’t have bells and whistles. It doesn’t have “nice to have” features. It may only support the problems of a small subset of the market. It may only be released to beta users.
A shitty product, on the other hand, often tries to do too many things at once, and it doesn’t do any of those things particularly well.
Toronto is home to some incredible newspaper design, as evidenced by the announcement that National Post and The Grid won The Best of Newspaper Design™ Creative Competition by the SNDs. The Globe and Mail won the award of excellence for its redesign last year, too.