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Yes, you read correctly, you are not dreaming. This is indeed the case. First, you need to know what the MVP is, because it is very important for your adventure. So what is the MVP? What is it for and why create it?
MVP or Minimum Viable Product is the first version of your product or idea; the most basic version of your product that you can present to your target.
The idea here is to focus only on the first features that will allow you to test the feasibility of your idea. The MVP is a prototype whose sole purpose is to validate whether or not your target customers are willing to pay for the solution you propose.
So how do you create that so quickly and make it available to customers to quickly get their feedback and move forward. It is important to note that at this stage, there are 2 methods that specialists have developed to help manage this MVP stage: design thinking and lean start-up. You can use either one to better control and manage these steps or combine the 2 methods. Reassure you, it is nothing complicated, just trials to allow you to structure, organize and measure what you do in order to make a quick decision. At the end of the whole analysis, you can continue or abandon your idea.
What characterizes an MVP are:
o The product has enough value that customers are willing to pay for it.
o It has enough value that customers are willing to use it.
o It demonstrates sufficient benefits for the future to retain early adopters.
Imagine having taken on a team of developers or an expert that you paid a lot of money to develop and in the end, you abandon your idea, how would you feel? What if there was a way to create your MVP by yourself, at a lower cost, even zero francs or euros or dollars? Are you ready to use it? Well, that’s what we’ll show you. But first, you need to know the development cycle of an MVP.
To develop your MVP, you will need to go through 4 main steps:
Reflect: Includes defining the product, creating prototypes and testing its viability within the company.
Create: Includes the creation of a physical MVP suitable for user testing.
Publish: Includes presenting the MVP to your target audience and the market while collecting product suggestions.
Modify: Take into account the feedback from your users and customers to start an iteration process to improve the product.
To develop this, there are 2 ways: do it by yourself or by a third party team or person that you pay.
To do it yourself, there are tools based on No-code, which allow you to go faster and especially without the need to have computer skills (without writing a single line of code). Going through an MVP in No Code is a good way to validate your concept while reducing the costs and risks associated with creating a bad product.
MVP Highlights in No Code:
You don’t depend on the expertise of technical engineers to build anything. You stay in total control and learn more about your customers. You save a lot of time by not having to write complex lines of code for an MVP.
When building an MVP in No Code, your hypothesis should ideally be what you want to learn.
Advantages of the MVP No Code approach for the development of your product or service
o An MVP approach allows you to quickly release iterations or versions and helps you learn from your mistakes.
o It allows you to minimize your product development costs
o The MVP approach allows you to build a customer base before your product is fully deployed.
Creating an MVP with little or no code is a great way to introduce the product to your audience before the full product launch. This gives you the opportunity to gather feedback, analyze it and draw conclusions. With the MVP, the next steps in the development and improvement of your product are driven by the specific needs of the users.