A Beginner’s Guide to Minimum Viable Products (MVPs)
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
It has since been popularized throughout the industry by such authors and thought leaders as Steve Blank, Marty Kagan, and Eric Ries. An MVP Is “Minimal” The easiest-understood aspect of an MVP is that it is, in fact, “minimal” — meaning it reflects the smallest amount of work needed to test your hypotheses or solve a user problem. Essentially, this means that it solves an actual problem that people have, and the product is constructed in a way that’s useful to those people.