We’ll help you build your MVP (or minimum viable product – it’s like a bare bones version of your app) whether you’re building mobile apps, desktop apps, or web apps. You don’t need to write any code or worry about the technology behind it. We make it easy, fast, and cost-effective to build MVPs for any software products. Here’s why you should build yours today...
Excuse all the acronyms, but a minimum viable product (MVP) is a minimum marketable product (MMP) with minimum marketable features (MMF). Or a software product with the fewest features to complete a user journey. An MVP for a mobile application is a version of a product with just enough features to satisfy early customers and provide feedback for your future app development.
In simple terms – an MVP for a software product is an early version of your application with the minimum features for your customer to play around with it without being frustrated.
An MVP is used effectively as the core piece of a strategy of experimentation. That’s because gathering insights from an MVP is often less expensive than developing a product with more features, which increases costs and risk if the product fails (for example, due to incorrect assumptions about your customers’ needs).
Eric Ries, the author of “The Lean Startup” explains an MVP as a version of a new product that allows a product development team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort, which shows whether customers will actually use your digital product and pay for it.
Today the world seems to be run on digital products and your app is going to be one of those 2.5 million already published. The success of your application depends on the completeness and robustness of your MVP. So be wise while you get your MVP developed, as it’s going to be the success driver for your app idea. Here’s what you need to consider:
Simplicity: Don’t go complex in terms of UI and UX. People with a short attention span may have trouble navigating your app then they’ll lose interest, fast. If your customers don’t find what they’re looking for – they’ll delete your app.
Speed: Speed always matters when it comes to mobile apps. People have multiple apps as a second choice and will close yours if it doesn’t load meaningful content within 3 seconds. So be simple, be fast.
Security: Everyone wants reassurance that the new application they’re interacting with is secure. It’s essential that you keep security front of mind while building your MVP.
Colour theme: Colour is an important tool when it comes to user engagement. Pay attention to complementary colours and you’ll have an app that looks stylish and professional at the same time.
High quality images: Don’t forget to include some cool images in your app as they play an essential role in making users love it and consume your content. Users with high-def screens, expect good quality images.
Completeness: Don’t forget your app completes the user journey and fulfills the main purpose behind it. Simply answer – does it solve the problem your app users are looking for? That’s it.
So, now it’s time to move the needle. Start building your MVP right away or discuss your MVP idea with our product experts. Build it or book a call now!
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