We continue our series of articles about MVP development. In our MVP development guide, you can find the answers for most of the vital points in your minimum viable product development. But some of the answers should be expanded and presented in separate materials. Today we would like to tell you about 10 steps to build an MVP in details.
In our MVP development guide, we emphasized that you need to define the most vital features of your app before the start of MVP development. But the question is how would you find the essential features out of the rest? These four questions for MVP features will greatly simplify your task!
That is clear that MVP development will help you to minimize the risks with the new project. But there are too many questions about right assumptions, essential features, ways to develop and so on. Syndicode has compiled for you 9 famous services started from MVP that you use every day. Maybe these examples will help you gain the better understanding and some inspiration. Is there any service similar to yours?
When you’re about to create a minimum viable product for bringing your application to users as fast as possible, do you understand that a simple landing page wouldn’t be enough to get their feedback? Well, in this article we’d like to show you that an MVP is not a primitive product created in a hurry. After publishing our MVP development guide, Syndicode is here to explain to you how MVP is different from a prototype.
Doing business means facing the risks. When you launch your product you always have a chance to fail. There are many reasons for that. So why not to focus on creating a minimum viable product (MVP) at first and minimize your risks? In this article we will show you 7 considerable points, why do you need an MVP.