Over the last 15 years, Grio has collaborated with companies of all sizes to create hundreds of exceptional software solutions. Though there is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to building an app, we’ve discovered that starting your journey with your Minimum Value Product (MVP) is a great way to set yourself up for long-term success. In this blog series, we are taking our hard-won wisdom and sharing Grio’s ten essential steps for building a killer MVP.
An MVP, or minimal viable product, is essentially the bare-bones version of your app. Building an MVP, rather than a full-fledged app, allows you to test your product viability, engage investors, and go to market sooner, all while saving you time and money.
You can read all about the benefits of an MVP and why it’s imperative to the success of your app in our first post, How to Build a Killer MVP: Introduction.
In this week’s blog post, we cover the first step for building a killer MVP: Agile development methods and divergent/convergent thinking, both of which are essential for optimum software development.