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Product development
By Dmitry Bekinin, dmitry@Bekinin.com
Our philosophy
We help to create innovative products while managing risk
by prototyping early and cheaply.
All helping wit...
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Think It = figure out what type of product we are building and why.
Build It = create a minimum viable product th...
Think It
The “Think It” stage is for when someone comes up with a whole new product idea, or wants to reimagine an existin...
Build It
The goal of the Build It stage is to build an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) that is good enough to be released to ...
There is a balance to be found here, illustrated on the useless-to-perfect
scale above
• The key difference between Think ...
Ship it
• The purpose of the Ship It stage is to gradually roll out the product to 100% of the users, while measuring and ...
Tweak it
• This is the most important stage, since this is where all products end up, and the place where products spend m...
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  1. 1. Product development By Dmitry Bekinin, dmitry@Bekinin.com
  2. 2. Our philosophy We help to create innovative products while managing risk by prototyping early and cheaply. All helping with each of major product initiatives stages – “Think It”, “Build It”, “Ship It”, and “Tweak It”.
  3. 3. • • • • Think It = figure out what type of product we are building and why. Build It = create a minimum viable product that is ready for real users. Ship It = gradually roll out to 100% of all users, while measuring and improving. Tweak It = Continuously improve the product.
  4. 4. Think It The “Think It” stage is for when someone comes up with a whole new product idea, or wants to reimagine an existing product.
  5. 5. Build It The goal of the Build It stage is to build an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) that is good enough to be released to external users, and good enough to prove something about the product. The MVP is built iteratively using Agile software development methods
  6. 6. There is a balance to be found here, illustrated on the useless-to-perfect scale above • The key difference between Think It and Build It is that, in Think It, we take all shortcuts we can and don’t worry about technical quality. In Build It, we write production-level code and build quality in.
  7. 7. Ship it • The purpose of the Ship It stage is to gradually roll out the product to 100% of the users, while measuring and ensuring that the product fulfills its promise out in the wild. • Note that the product is still not “feature complete”, finishing Ship It just means that the product (MVP + necessary improvements) has been 100% rolled out.
  8. 8. Tweak it • This is the most important stage, since this is where all products end up, and the place where products spend most of their time.
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