There’s no other way to succeed than preparing mockups to verify assumptions and ideas and to achieve the right market fit and great revenue.
Well, although they seem to be synonyms, in fact they differ a lot. We’re here to explain why, and which one you should choose for your project.
According to Failory.com, it usually takes 2-3 times longer for startup founders to validate the market than they suppose. This is why it’s a must to verify assumptions as soon as possible, and the proper prototype or MVP can be a great support.
Although we use terms “MVP” and “prototype” interchangeably often, in fact they differ a lot, and are developed for different purposes.
At this stage, we can easily adapt and transform the product according to the new streams of ideation, so introducing changes doesn’t generate noticeable costs.
MVP stands for Minimum Viable Product, and it’s a great way to build not only web and mobile apps but the entire digital business around them.