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Our MVP Development Process

Step #1 — Figure Out What Problem You’re Solving, and For Whom

The first step of a successful minimum viable product development is evaluating your business idea. Our team will start by asking you two questions to try to put yourself in your customer’s shoes: Why do I need this product? and How can it help me? Answering these questions will help you understand the main goal of your product and find the best solution to your future customers’ real needs.

Step #2 — Analyze Your Competitors

It’s obvious that you have to conduct a competitor analysis if there are already similar products on the market. Sometimes, however, entrepreneurs ignore competitor analyses due to pure faith in their product’s uniqueness. Keep in mind that even if you don’t think you have any direct competitors, your belief in the uniqueness of your product is not sufficient grounds to confidently bring your product to market. A competitor analysis is necessary no matter what

Step #3 — Define the User Flow

To define the main user flow we should first define process stages. This is actually quite easy because all you need to do is explain the steps required to reach your product’s primary goal.

Step #4 — List All Necessary Features and Prioritize Them

As soon as you’ve defined all the steps your customer should take while using your product, you can start creating a list of particular features for each stage. Highlight all the features that would be nice to include but aren’t absolutely necessary. Once you have a list of features for each stage you will need to prioritize them.

Step #5 — Build, Test, and Learn

When the first scope of work is defined, we move to the development stage. When product development is almost completed, the product will need to be tested. Our quality assurance engineers will conduct the first stage of testing by trying to improve the quality of the product before it’s released. They will ensure that the product is ready for alpha or beta testing.

Your users are the only people who can define what features your product lacks and what features aren’t needed. After you collect user feedback, we can start improving your product again and then retest.