“One month? Really?!”Sounds too good to be true? Well, it’s not. Really!
In the last three years, I’ve delivered this type of solution multiple times, and the results keep justifying this as a solid investment to bring new digital products to market.
When building a Minimum Viable Product, we need to aim for the smallest solution that delivers customer value.
The MVP is (ideally) the second step you take, after validating a problem / solution fit with customer demand. If this is not the case, I suggest we take a Product Discovery session first.
Once you’re ready, we define the scope of work with the restraint of building only 1 or 2 core features. This ensures a quick turnaround and a short and happy road to the real goal of an MVP: testing a prototype with your customers (and getting real feedback from them).
I’m still fiddling with the process, so I’ll need a few more clients to test and help to improve this beta product. (hint hint)
If you are a brave person and want to put your idea to the test, please introduce yourself using the form below.