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MVP in 7 weeks

MVP in 7 weeks

What does an application cost? Perhaps the most frequently asked question. Levarne helps with this insight, easy to calculate with our calculator. A new concept, a detailed plan, that must be converted to a digital product is often referred to as a MVP. A Minimal Viable Product; a minimal set of functionalities that demonstrates the concept to a group of users. Read more about a MVP here.

This is part of a project with a lead time of 7 weeks. Based on our experience, several standard steps come back. Especially after consultation of the first requests to a set of points to be delivered, the need to visualize this immediately arises. From these steps it is easier to develop complete software within a few weeks. A pitfall is a great scope, too great expectations, with an unrealistic timeline. Together we prevent this by adhering to the Levarne 7 week plan. A fixed set of delivery points per week.

MVP in 7 weeks

W 1
Intake
Mind map functionality
Document of Engagement
W 2-3
Data analysis
Prototype
Wireframe
W 4-5
User Identity Definition
Endpoint Development
Frontend Development
W 6-7
MVP Deliverable
Testing!
Missed Requirements
Creation
Week 1

Intake

Based on the conversation with the customer, we translate the dream into a concrete proposal.

Mind map functionality

Based on the intake, we determine together with the customer which function points are delivered, with which priority.

Document of Engagement

We commit ourselves to a long-term relationship with the customer, so that we work out successful concepts together.

Intake

Based on the conversation with the customer, we translate the dream into a concrete proposal.

Mind map functionality

Based on the intake, we determine together with the customer which function points are delivered, with which priority.

Document of Engagement

We commit ourselves to a long-term relationship with the customer, so that we work out successful concepts together.

Week 2-3

Data analysis

Together with the customer, we investigate whether the prototype works for all user groups and which data is needed in the following steps.

Prototype

In this phase the wireframe is transformed into a concrete result with mock data (static). Our prototype immediately clearifies which data we need when we develop API interfaces.

Wireframe

The UIx wizard translates the function points into a wireframe. Through this wireframe a user sees the flow in an application.Based on this flow, a prototype can be made that combines the described function points in the mind map with an interface, web, mobile or both. Based on the approval of the wireframe, we start developing the prototype.

Data analysis

Together with the customer, we investigate whether the prototype works for all user groups and which data is needed in the following steps.

Prototype

In this phase the wireframe is transformed into a concrete result with mock data (static). Our prototype immediately clearifies which data we need when we develop API interfaces.

Wireframe

The UIx wizard translates the function points into a wireframe. Through this wireframe a user sees the flow in an application.Based on this flow, a prototype can be made that combines the described function points in the mind map with an interface, web, mobile or both. Based on the approval of the wireframe, we start developing the prototype.

Week 4-5

User Identity Definition

Based on the prototype and data analysis, we prepare user profiles and the required structure for User Authorisation.

Endpoint Development

We design the way in which we store and share objects. We expose the objects via secured API's and microservices.

Frontend Development

The time has come to connect the Front-End to the Back-End, so that we can replace the mock data with linking to the actual End Points. In this step, the prototype is converted into a working cloud application. Mobile, Web or a combination of both.

User Identity Definition

Based on the prototype and data analysis, we prepare user profiles and the required structure for User Authorisation.

Endpoint Development

We design the way in which we store and share objects. We expose the objects via secured API's and microservices.

Frontend Development

The time has come to connect the Front-End to the Back-End, so that we can replace the mock data with linking to the actual End Points. In this step, the prototype is converted into a working cloud application. Mobile, Web or a combination of both.

Week 6-7

MVP Deliverable

After the interfacing between Front-End and End Points it is time to present the result, the Minimum Viable Product. This is our answer to the question that we asked during the intake: What should be the minimum functionality in order to start production?

Testing!

Based on the DEMO of our MVP and the findings of the customer, we are fixing the latest bugs to wrap things up.

Missed Requirements

It may be that new insights lead to a redefinition of unforeseen missing functionalities.

MVP Deliverable

After the interfacing between Front-End and End Points it is time to present the result, the Minimum Viable Product. This is our answer to the question that we asked during the intake: What should be the minimum functionality in order to start production?

Testing!

Based on the DEMO of our MVP and the findings of the customer, we are fixing the latest bugs to wrap things up.

Missed Requirements

It may be that new insights lead to a redefinition of unforeseen missing functionalities.

Launch!

Time for the product launch! An official four moment moment. User training and communication regarding the transition towards production of all built functionalities.

Launch!

Time for the product launch! An official four moment moment. User training and communication regarding the transition towards production of all built functionalities.