Advantages of MVP
Overall, doing an MVP can provide businesses with a number of benefits, including early validation of the product, faster time to market, cost-effectiveness, quick feedback, flexibility and lean development. It allows to test a product with a small group of customers, gathering feedback and using it to improve the product.
By releasing an MVP, businesses can test their product with a small group of customers and gather feedback on what works and what doesn't. This helps to validate the product concept and identify areas for improvement before investing significant resources into development.
Accelerate your GTM Strategy
An MVP allows businesses to bring a product to market quickly, which can help to establish a foothold in the market before competitors do.
An MVP allows businesses to test a product concept with minimal resources, reducing the risk of wasted resources on a product that may not be successful.
An MVP allows businesses to quickly gather customer feedback, which can be used to improve the product and make it more appealing to customers.
An MVP allows businesses to make changes and pivot based on customer feedback, making it a more agile approach to product development.
An MVP helps to focus on the most important features, avoiding unnecessary features and complexity.
Trust the process
Making a great MVP: a checklist
Staging & Testing
Scaling and Road Maps
The first step in developing a MVP is to define the goals and objectives of the project. This involves identifying the target audience, defining the features and functionality that are required, and determining the budget and timeline for the project. Your Product Development Manager is key during this process.
The next step is to create a design for the web application, including wireframes and mockups of the user interface. This step is critical in ensuring that the web app is user-friendly and provides a good user experience.
Testing & Staging
Gathering feedbacks from Users is critical after the deisgn and wireframe stage before moving into development. One can expect few refinements already before the development can formally begin.
Once the design has been finalized, the actual development of the web app can begin. This involves writing the code for the front-end and back-end, integrating any required APIs, and implementing the necessary database and server-side components.
User Testing - Staging
After the app has been developed, it is important to test it thoroughly to ensure that it is functioning as expected. This involves testing the web app on different browsers and devices, and conducting user testing to identify any usability issues.
Once the web app has been tested and any bugs have been fixed, it can be deployed to a web server for public access. This step may also involve setting up a domain name, configuring SSL certificates, and configuring the web server for optimal performance.
Scaling & Roadmaps
Based on the real world feedback its now time for planned upgrades and scaling. In this step you work with the product team in creating a list of features and roadmap for possible scaling and upgrades.
Managing your project
Flexibility Transparent Collaboration & Workflow Automation
We plan projects, track time, and allocate resources to ensure that projects stay on track and deadlines are never (or rarely) missed. While we do this we are transparent and empower our clients to work with us while we develop their application.
Setting your project up for success from the start
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