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Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

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Dakota Baker

How Do You Define Your Minimum Viable Product?

Start identifying specific problems you want to solve or improvements you want to enable for your user persona.

Now that you’ve determined your MVP plans align with your business objectives, you can start thinking through the specific solutions you want your product to offer users. These solutions, which you might write up in the form of user stories, epics, or features, do not represent the product’s overall vision—only subsets of that vision. Remember, you can develop only a small amount of functionality for your MVP.

You will need to be strategic in deciding which limited functionality to include in your MVP. You can base these decisions on several factors, including:

User research

Competitive analysis

How quickly you’ll be able to iterate on certain types of functionality when you receive user feedback

The relative costs to implement the various user stories or epics

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