As you start thinking about building out a new tech product, there are a number of considerations you'll want to make. Here are five quick ones we often talk with clients about when we first meet with them.
In our last post, we covered gathering feedback from humans and the practical ways to do it. Now that we’ve put our product or idea in front of humans and started gathering feedback, we can start learning and making adjustments.
In our last post, we learned how building in small increments helps reduce the risk of building the wrong thing or building something users won't use. In this third post in the Turning Ideas Into Products series, we’ll cover gathering feedback from humans and the practical ways to do it.
Step 0 is all about identifying a problem that someone is having. As we move on from Step 0, we need to figure out what we want to learn about our users and their problem. Then we build in small increments so we can validate that learning.
You have an idea. How do you become confident in order to build the right thing to solve the right problem without wasting your money? We believe that the best way to do this is to build in small increments, get feedback from humans, learn from it, and adjust based on what we learned.