This series of articles demystifies marketing myths and
jargon for software product design and MVPs.
Here is the summary:
A minimum viable product has just basic features that allow the
product to be deployed and no more.... - Wikipedia
So, do you have any ideas? That's a good start. Now, in order to
validate this idea, you must build a minimum viable product, given that
you have the budget and time.
I realized how important it is for technology entrepreneurs to
understand in advance what is involved in building a digital product. As
much as the construction of the product itself.
I have a great idea for a start-up. / All I need is an investor
and an engineer to do all the work. / I think the economic term for
what you have is "nothing."
If you have never built a technical product/service before, or you
have never been a computer scientist or programmer, this series of
articles will help you understand the technical terminology used and the
principles involved in building your digital product.
I will not discuss the benefits of the MVP or the business approach
here. There are already many good resources on this subject.
So, transforming your idea into a minimum viable product will go
through the following steps:
I will write about each of these steps. The current one being
The minimum viable product (MVP), popularized by Eric RIES, is a
lean startup concept.
The main idea of MVP is to optimize learning validated with little
You must apply this minimal effort approach from the beginning for
optimal results, while establishing all the initial functionalities for
your digital product. Here, the word "Specification" refers to this set of
We will then see the steps that prepare the first appointment and
base the main features of your product, as well as an action plan.