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On Minimum Viable Instructions

Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a popular concept in lean startup methodologies where one creates a mockup of the full finished product one envisions with the minimum viable features for the product’s validation by the market. 497 more words


Notes on Melissa Perri's Creating Effective MVP Experiments

(from Melissa’s slideshow for Lean UX NYC 2014, which I was at but somehow missed summarizing, link here)

This summarizes only a portion of Melissa’s great talk—check out the link for more great insights… 631 more words

Product Development

What, exactly, is an MVP and who decides?

What makes an MVP an MVP…? Do you prioritize the ‘M’, the ‘V’ or the ‘P’…? Who should be the final judge of what an acceptable MVP looks like? 1,195 more words

Business Analysis

Minimum Viability Does not Mean Crappy

This is a quick follow up to my last post about “making stuff”.

When we start out making stuff, we find out pretty quickly that we are not very good at it. 120 more words

Cool Stuff

Notes on Paul Campillo's How to Validate Your Next Big Idea

(from Paul’s post on typeforum.com, link here)

Paul has organized the process of creating an MVP into 3 stages:

  1. Market validation
  2. Idea validation
  3. MVP validation…
  4. 880 more words
Product Development

Spacefinder - the final report

Last year, ethnographic research into the experience and behaviour of students at Cambridge University led the Futurelib Programme to pilot a new web-based service to assist in the location of study spaces: … 164 more words


Entree: One Year Later


Last year, I wrote about Entrée as an up-and-coming student startup in Austin, TX. Since then, they’ve pivoted from their original idea and are now focusing on creating an order-ahead service for restaurants. 589 more words