MVP Development

Next Steps after launching MVP

Nicole Trimboli

August 15th, 2017

I've recently launched an MVP of a web service to test the market/product. What are next steps in regards to development as users build up data for future pitching opportunities?

Devon Campbell Founder at Radworks, Startup Mad Science, lead developer at Resque

August 18th, 2017

Start talking to your users to understand how they are using your service and what problems it is solving for them. This will help you understand what direction you need to go with further development.

Liudmyla Kovalchuk Software Development | IT outsourcing | IT outstaffing | Web | Mobile | E-commerce

August 17th, 2017

Hello Nicole,

I see your point quite interesting, could I help you with some questions?

Please, let me know and we may proceed our conversation.

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Cheers, Liudmyla

Julian Michael Founder & CTO (elevationlab.io)

October 3rd, 2017

Great question Nicole, and one that too often gets skipped over. Building an MVP is a great first step on the road to success. Once you have launched an MVP, the next phase of the process is to keep your ears to the ground and listen to the market. Start getting user feedback, analyzing the market problem, and iterating on your product based on what you learn. At this point, the MVP has been built upon guess work (rightfully so), and it's now time to validate the assumptions made.


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