An MVP, or Minimum Viable Product, is like the first draft of your website or app. It’s a version that has just enough features to be usable by early customers who can then provide feedback for future product development. It’s not the full-featured product you dream of, but it’s a start that helps you test the waters and learn what your users really want.

Why is defining an MVP important? It’s all about smart strategy and efficient use of resources. By starting with an MVP, you can get your product to market faster, start building a user base, and begin collecting valuable feedback. This feedback can then guide your future development, ensuring that you’re building something that your users actually want and need.

Here at somoscuatro, we use Agile (SCRUM) methodologies and User Stories to figure out which features are key for an MVP. This approach is all about flexibility and continuous improvement, which gives it an edge over the traditional, rigid waterfall model. With Agile, we can adapt to changes and user feedback as we go, rather than sticking to a fixed plan.

Check out how we do MVP reading our process page. If you’re ready to get started on your MVP or have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us on our contact form. Let’s start building your product, one step at a time, and make it a success in the market!