The road to launching a new web or mobile application usually starts with the creation of a minimum viable product (MVP). A MVP is more than a prototype but less than a fully-featured app and can help you engage a particular audience, such as potential investors, strategic partners, hires, or test users.
Determining what features should be included in or excluded from your MVP is a critical task with major ramifications. Building a bad MVP negatively impacts your time to market, budget, likelihood of getting funding, and probability of success: this class is going to help you get it right.
What You'll Learn
How to let go of the features you used to think were a “must have”.
How a particular audience can impact the features in a MVP.
How to maximize a MVP’s impact while still hitting deadlines and budgets.
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