Build a Successful Minimum Viable Product – Tips & Hacks from Experts
A Compilation of Best Answers from Quora
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“If you're not embarrassed by the first version of your
product, you've launched too late” - Reid Hoffman, Co-founder of...
Prioritize features from a User Experience perspective
-Tristan Kromer, GrassHopperHearder.com
The conventional agile-school-of-thought
recommends consciously building an incomplete
product, to test the waters really
...
Discover what
customers value and
deliver that
- Joshua Seiden
The status of every user story should be
available in your project management tool.
Started -> Finished -> Delivered ->
Ac...
An MVP is Wright Brother’s first plane, not a
Boeing 747!
-Pek Pongpaet, Pinstagram
If you understand code, review code regularly
in the early stages.
Test Driven Development is one of first
initiatives you...
Draw your business model canvas and see where
your key assumptions lie
- Balaji Viswanathan, Zingfin
Divide you user community into segments to get
better understanding of your user base
-Guy Nirpaz, Totango
Launch and be
prepared to Iterate
- John B.Petersen III
An MVP only exists in order to help the team
learn something about customers and their
behavior
-Ian Collingwood
Complete automation of every
feature is cute, but not necessary!
-Ashwin Ramaswamy
50% of Startups I meet require Zero coding for
their MVP
-Tristan Kromer
Building a product or scaling it? Let’s talk
Email : vijay@contractiq.com
We’re on LinkedIn, Twitter & Facebook as “Contra...
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How to build a successful Minimum Viable Product - Tips & Hacks from experts

  1. 1. Build a Successful Minimum Viable Product – Tips & Hacks from Experts A Compilation of Best Answers from Quora
  2. 2. 2 “If you're not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late” - Reid Hoffman, Co-founder of LinkedIn
  3. 3. Prioritize features from a User Experience perspective -Tristan Kromer, GrassHopperHearder.com
  4. 4. The conventional agile-school-of-thought recommends consciously building an incomplete product, to test the waters really - Arindam Chakraborthy, Getechoed.com
  5. 5. Discover what customers value and deliver that - Joshua Seiden
  6. 6. The status of every user story should be available in your project management tool. Started -> Finished -> Delivered -> Accepted/Rejected. Review daily. Quick review  Quick Delivery ADD HOURS Selecting a critical end-user to focus on helps you to focus your design and development efforts -Marc Abraham, Digital Product Manager
  7. 7. An MVP is Wright Brother’s first plane, not a Boeing 747! -Pek Pongpaet, Pinstagram
  8. 8. If you understand code, review code regularly in the early stages. Test Driven Development is one of first initiatives you’d have to adopt! OPTIMIZE FOR QUALITY Set an artificial time limit to launch the MVP - Pek Pongpaet, Pinstagram
  9. 9. Draw your business model canvas and see where your key assumptions lie - Balaji Viswanathan, Zingfin
  10. 10. Divide you user community into segments to get better understanding of your user base -Guy Nirpaz, Totango
  11. 11. Launch and be prepared to Iterate - John B.Petersen III
  12. 12. An MVP only exists in order to help the team learn something about customers and their behavior -Ian Collingwood
  13. 13. Complete automation of every feature is cute, but not necessary! -Ashwin Ramaswamy
  14. 14. 50% of Startups I meet require Zero coding for their MVP -Tristan Kromer
  15. 15. Building a product or scaling it? Let’s talk Email : vijay@contractiq.com We’re on LinkedIn, Twitter & Facebook as “ContractIQ”

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