By focusing on enough core functionality to deliver value to one group of end users, you can release a product with a small amount of development effort that delivers a high ROI. Developing an MVP allows you to put your ideas to the test and build a user-centric product while minimizing the risks involved in end-to-end development.
Within this guide, you’ll discover:
- What an MVP actually is
- The key benefits of an MVP
- 4 pillars to ground your approach
- 3 guiding principles to keep you on course
- A 6-step plan that can be tailored to you
- A checklist for gauging your MVP success
Developing a minimal viable product not only minimizes risk, it speeds your time-to-market, builds excitement, and lets you validate your ideas in real time. Learn everything you need to go from minimum viable to maximum value.