Project teams often get bogged down in so-called edge cases, says our agile coach Markus Güntert. These are scenarios that might arise and then lead to a whole series of problems: "What if... our user doesn't want to search on a map?" And then you quickly need a whole range of new features to counteract these eventualities.
Working on edge cases makes sense when optimizing a mature product. And if an existing offer should stand out from many me-too offers. However, it is counterproductive when the team is trying to implement a very first version of a solution as effectively and purposefully as possible.
You can find out more about working with Happy Cases and Edge Cases when developing MVPs in our class "From Design Thinking to MVP - The Story Map" with Markus Güntert.