Minimum Viable Product User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Minimum Viable Product: Concept Definition
Designers who work in startup environments will need to become familiar with the concept of the minimum viable product (MVP). It's the ideal state for a product to reach launch which tries to minimize risks for investors whilst still providing a product that will succeed on the open market. The idea is simple – release a product with the smallest number of features and ship as quickly as possible.
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Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and Design - Balancing Risk to Gain Reward
The idea of the minimum viable product (MVP) has been around for some time. The term itself was coined by Frank Robinson but was made popular by two influential names in product design – Steve Blank, a serial-entrepreneur and academic, and Eric Ries, the pioneer of the Lean Startup movement.What is an MVP?The simplest definition is that an MVP m...
A Simple Introduction to Lean UX
Lean UX is an incredibly useful technique when working on projects where the Agile development method is used. Traditional UX techniques often don’t work when development is conducted in rapid bursts – there’s not enough time to deliver UX in the same way. Fundamentally Lean UX and other forms of UX all have the same goal in mind; delivering a g...