The famous Martial Art Master, Bruce Lee said “I do not fear the man who knows 10000 kicks, but I fear the man who has practiced 1 kick 10000 times.” Repeated practice is what births perfection, you stand a chance of being perfect in a skill you have practiced repeatedly than being perfect in 10 skills you just do randomly.
Designers, developers, educators, and others use the iterative method to continuously improve a design or product. Designers build and test a prototype, then tweak and test the updated prototype, and so on until they find a solution.
In UX design, the main aim of iteration is to get closer to the desired result with each repetition, in essence, you proceed toward your desired conclusion each time you iterate or alter the product such that your desired result and the result from your iteration eventually converge, as though it were a discovery.
More so, to hone your skill to perfection, it is better to follow the iteration process, which is based on a continuous cycle of planning, analysis, implementation, testing, and evaluation at its most basic level. In Iteration, your skill development will constantly be refined by trial and error.
You will make mistakes, but with each mistake you discover where you are wrong, repeat the task with better knowledge and move on to another stage, you repeat the same process of learning from your mistakes, trial and error is to get you to that level where you become a master in that skill you are learning. So, Iterate.
Dr. Arunaagiri Mudaaliar said, “Repetition is the mother of mastery; practice makes you perfect”.1 To become a master at anything, you must have walked through the possible mistakes and know how to avoid them, this is only possible by iteration.