Get Insight of Your Product before you create it

Using our MVP & Prototyping services, we help you predict in advance how your product will look like after development and whether it’s going to work or not. This way we can save a lot of your time and hard work.

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Our MVP & Prototyping Process

We follow a carefully-planned process to build an MVP/Prototype of your product which involves the following steps:

Requirement Gathering

Based on the requirements that our business analysts gather from you, we create a prototype of your product. A prototype is a non-functional model of your product that gives you an idea of how your product will look after development.

Flowchart/Wireframe Creation

Based on the requirements that our business analysts gathered, we create a wireframe/flowchart of your product. While a wireframe show where will all the interface elements exist on your products, a flowchart gives an idea of how a user will navigate through it.

Designing Prototype Screens

Once the Flowchart/Wireframe of your product is ready, we begin creating prototype screens on its basis. For this purpose, we use Adobe Photoshop. While a product prototype

Linking Prototype Screens

The final step is to link all the prototype screens together to create a final product. Once the prototype is ready, the user will form a complete idea of how your product will appear after development.

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Prototype

Based on the requirements that our business analysts gather from you, we create a prototype of your product. A prototype is a non-functional model of your product that gives you an idea of how your product will look after development.

MVP

We also create MVPs which are functional prototypes that lets us know how your product will function after development. MVPs also help us find whether your idea will work or not, before we launch it into the market. They also help users provide a better actionable feedback.

Proof of Concept (PoC)

Convincing stakeholders to invest in your idea is easy when you have a practical proof that your idea is practically possible. For this reason, we also create a Proof of Concept (PoC) on your idea. This helps you win more investors and become more confident of your product.

Exceptional services and on point developers. No language barrier, no communication hurdles, etc. Will work with this firm again.

Michael Lizanich II
Founder Manufacturefy

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