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MVP is a version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.
The most important thing is to make MVP:
Solution is to research. Get to know your audience, their problems, how they solve them, who is your competitors, etc.
Solution is to learn about your client. Ask yourself “Does my client need this product/service/feature? What proof do I have?”
Solution is to focus on simpler things. Prioritize functionality and use less resourceful tools like SaaS solutions for fast branding or platforms with design templates, etc.
Solution is analytics. Choose KPIs from analytics that will tell that MVP is successful: leads, conversions, time spent on the website/app, etc.
Solution is to constantly speak with your audience. Engage early adopters in MVP and ask for feedback. Try to find out if MVP is relevant to customers and is beneficial to them.
Solution is to make sure the automation is necessary. If you can do some work by yourself without spending time and money on software to automate, you better do it that way. Then when your MVP is working and you’re ready to scale it, you can automate everything you need.
Solution is to use no-code services. It will save you money and time in MVP stage of the project.
We are creative people from Ukraine who teamed up to create digital art and used it in merch. Part of the profit from sales goes to the Ukrainian army to destroy the russian terrorists. Most of us are staying in Ukraine and see everything with our own eyes, so we said a word about what’s happening and how we feel about it.
We are Skykillers, a digital solutions agency from Ukraine. We do product consulting and digital marketing. Our clients are large businesses and corporations looking to grow or create new digital products.
The current realities of change and turbulence have transformed strategies. For ambitious business leaders creating digital products and services is a business growth point. What steps to take to get the first customers when you have already proved that a product or service is needed, tells Yurii Kachkarda CEO Skykillers.