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You've got a brilliant product or service idea but before you roll it out you'd like to test it first? While it is easy to do a market research in some fields by carrying out a survey, it may be more difficult or even impossible for other types of business. For those that need an extra hand in testing their idea, the IT world has come up with the MVP.
What is an MVP?
An MVP, or a , is your product, service, offer, or program, that you want to test, . It is a kind of a prototype that is presented to your future customers in order to see if it meets their needs and expectations.That's why an MVP has only the key features of the final product and its development takes a relatively low amount of time and money. , what other elements they would expect it to have, and whether they would decide to buy a full version of it. It is often the case that the customer is unaware that they are using an MVP.
Why is it important to do MVP testing?
There are quite a lot of elements that add up to the success of your product or service, which means it will cost you time and money at the beginning.
What fields can benefit from building an MVP?
MVP application development
What is our recipe for a good MVP?
identifying your needs and expectationspreparea clickable mockupcreate the layout of your solution ensuring the best UI and UX experience, at the same time making your MVP SEO-friendlycoding, where we develop and test your MVPprovide you with the source code of the application and you become the owner of the developed MVP
An MVP is your chance to verify if your product or service has a real potential for success. This type of test will not give you a 100% answer but it can help you check the reaction of your customers to your idea. Although an MVP test is a technique most often employed by IT companies, it is not a strict rule as it can help in many other fields. To create an MVP, you don't need a lot of time or money. Building this kind of a prototype will allow you to gather valuable feedback from the future users of your application and to work out the best solutions for the final version of it.
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