What Makes A Good MVP?

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  1. To start with a good MVP, means the simplest that your product will be. It’s the bar to reach for before a product can be called a product.
    It’s important to note that, a product that’s ‘minimum’ can sometimes fail to be ‘viable’, and viability is just as important to a good MVP. ‘Viable’ means that the product is usable. It ensures that the product does actually solve a problem or work as it’s intended to.
    And therein lies the gist of what makes for a good minimum viable product: a release that consists only as the core of what it will become, but a core that’s still fit for customer use.
    A good MVP is a working, usable product. Many brands have failed on the MVP front because of reductive thinking; they build the bare minimum functionality they can ‘get away with’, or an incomplete product ‘just to get the feedback’.

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