1. A process characterized by early release of a product or idea, and gradual improvement over time in response to continuous feedback. 2. The founding principle behind beta testing and prototypes.
<br>Speed isn't everything. Nonprofit founder Piya Sorcar (TeachAIDS) describes how measured growth and iteration can benefit startups dealing with sensitive issues.<br>
By The 99U Team
How did your "creative education" fall short in school? We asked thousands of Twitter followers, Facebook fans and readers to share their answers.
By Behance Team
<br>We don't question random forces in our personal lives or the world around us. But what about in our careers or in business? Why don't we account for unpredictability in these areas?<br>
By Frans Johansson
The 2012 ALVA winner gives us an incredible inventor's perspective on the creative process. Plus, behind-the-scenes on the making of the award.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
<br>iPod godfather and ALVA Award-winner Tony Fadell shares incredible insights on how to design, build, and ship disruptive products.<br>
What makes great ideas happen? Or not happen? We surveyed the creative community to track trends in productivity, priorities, and challenges.
Great things take time. We round up a list of incredible achievements from "Mad Men" to the Brooklyn Bridge to "Born to Run" in recognition of the power of perseverance.
By Carmel Hagen
<br>From a photo sharing app to clothing made from sour milk, we look at the origin stories of eight inventors under 30.<br>
By Todd Anderson
A look at the characteristics that have propelled inventors from Leonardo Da Vinci to Thomas Edison to Steve Jobs to success.