Do you have an idea for a new business, app, or feature, but aren’t sure whether the idea is any good or not? Have you ever built a product that has failed because customers weren't interested? Do you want to start building a business, but have no idea where to start? Enter One Month MVP.
In 30 days, you’ll learn how to build a Minimum Viable Product and evaluate your startup idea. Teacher Evan Kimbrell will show you how to run lean validation experiments and ultimately build an MVP, all without writing a single line of code.
This is a course for anyone who wants to learn how to pre-validate their business or feature ideas before they spend years and fortunes building them. Launching a new product is always tough — you can never truly know if you’re delivering the right thing at the right time. With One Month MVP, you can get as close as possible to knowing whether your idea is the next iPhone or the next Apple Newton.
Let me ask you something — are you able to answer this question: “Do people want what I’m about to make?” No? Then you need to build an MVP. It’s as simple as that, and I’ll teach you in 4 short weeks how to get Lean and mean and become an idea testing machine.
Why is building an MVP so important? Think about it: if you have a great idea for a product, but don’t know what your potential users think about it, or who your competition is, you’re basically just pouring money into a pit in the woods, and bears don’t care about your startup ideas.
Think of me as your Lean framework spirit guide: I’ll show you what you should actually care about and what to take from it. Learning to use the Lean framework is the defacto way to test and validate your ideas. Your competition uses it, i guarantee it. You have to take risks to mitigate risks: Get out there and test your product. Fail early and often.
In One Month MVP, I’ll show how you the right techniques to get started.
See you in there!
Welcome to the class! Should you build an MVP? If you have an idea you'd like to test, then yes, probably.
MVPs work off of the Lean Startup Framework. If you don't know what that is, Evan's about to tell you.
Now that you understand what Lean is, it's time to understand how to use it to test your ideas. In this lesson, we cover all the things you have to keep in your mind(set) as you build an MVP.
Evan Kimbrell is the founder and Director of Sprintkick, a full-service, referral-based digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the past four years he’s overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from two-man bootstrapping startups to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Walmart, Dick's Sporting Goods, and GNC.