The concept of Minimum Viable Product (MVP) has a bad reputation with some designers as it’s often synonymous with cutting back on the quality of the experience. But done right, MVPs help you deliver value faster by gathering the feedback from the market you need to make confident investment decisions.
In this short video interview, Alastair Lee describes his UXBristol 2016 workshop, where participants explored different kinds of MVP and when to use them to test their assumptions and validate their ideas:
Alastair Lee is a Digital strategist and co-founder of Product Pilot, a product discovery consultancy based in Bristol. He has a background in product management and strategic UX and has lead digital teams at the BBC, Time Out, and Bristol City Council. He’s on a quest to help organisations build products and services that create genuine value, for them, their users and society as a whole.