How to Build an MVP

How to Build an MVP
Now that you’ve tested your Value Proposition, it’s time to learn how to create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
The minimum viable product (MVP) is a product with just enough features to gather validated learning about the product and its continued development.
But in practice, what should we do?
We’ll list in this lesson some tools you can use to build your MVP.
Paper and pen
You need to start from there. Write down what is your value proposition, draw what it looks like.
Just do it in a few minutes, your time is precious!
Mock Up
A mock-up is a scale or full-size model of a design or device.

Mock-ups are used by designers mainly to acquire feedback from users.

If your product is a website, there are software to help you build a quick and dirty mock-up.
See Balsamiq for example:
Mobile App
If your product is a mobile app, still draw it on paper!

Then you can use cool apps to make it real!

You can try POPapp for example:
Landing page
If you want to create a website and you have no idea about PhotoShop, there are tools that help you design a great website directly online.
You can try Invision for instance:
And if you have no idea how to code? More solutions!
Have a look at Unbounce or Instapage.
Jim Rohn Sứ mệnh khởi nghiệp