AN EXAMPLE OF HOW NOT TO DESIGN A MINIMUM VIABLE PRODUCT Not long ago I found myself involved in a project that apparently seemed very cool. A very very attractive project in the initiation phase. At first it seemed like another food item but it provided great differentiation and value to the user . These two points are decisive to consider that any project can work.
His first goal was to secure a large five-figure investment in technology. Did they really need an investment to get by not knowing if their business would generate income on its own Luckily they Business Email List came to their senses and focused on validating the project. I started to question the whole project I wanted to really identify what was the minimum viable product that they needed. that connected to a Virtual Reality totem users could order food anywhere in the world.
The truth was not exactly the imagination who was going to stop them. What's more every time I listened to them I fell more in love with the idea. From questioning each point we begin to land the ideas limiting the desires to the feasibility of the project itself. Have a plan yes plan the plan even better. The ambition of its founders was enormous.