Part 5: Building your MVP and your feedback loop

  • There are various no-code methods out there to help you get started.
  • It is usually easier to build something on the web rather than a mobile app, however, you need to keep in mind your personas and when/how are they expected to experience your product. You want to avoid compromising your MVP’s performance, just because you chose the wrong platform to build it.
  • If you are looking to build an app, think, are your personas more likely to be using an iPhone or an Android phone?
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  • What would they like to be different?
  • What would they like to see next?
  • What do they love about it?
  • When are they using it and how?
  • What stops them from using it?
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  • 10% bug fixes
  • 60% feedback-based feature development
  • 30% cool features
  1. Fix any bugs that affect people using the product
  2. Develop the features that will bring the most value to the most users (these will most likely be the most frequent feature requests that you are receiving)
  3. Allow for some time to be building your cool features on the side (~20% of your development efforts)
Feedback loop

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