We’re here to help you build a minimum viable product. We build it so the team can collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least amount of effort.
Our partners usually ask us to do one of the following. Create a product they can market directly to the consumer. Or they want to build something to show to their investors. Either way the outcome is we have the required documentation and research about the product and target audience that we can build upon and iterate.
Minimum viable product
The most important part is evaluating your business idea and analyzing the target market and problem/solution fit. Analyze the competitors and research the appropriate use cases you want to support. After all that you need to build a feature list and prioritize it. We have developed a unique process to establish the foundation to find out more about what your MVP should be. When you find out what your customers want it is a lot easier to build it and reach their real needs.
When to build an mvp
Are you sure you know what kind of problem you’re solving with your solution? Have you validated your initial research with your target audience and created a set of list of use cases and user stories you want to support as fast as possible? Whhen all of those questions are answered affirmatively we can proceed to building an MVP. If you need help we can help you with idea maturation and product market fit.
What you'll get:
UX & Visual Design
1. Problem Framing
Before we start thinking about validating solutions in a design sprint, problem framing helps us validate there’s a problem worth solving.