When going on the path of creating a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), many entrepreneurs and product teams appear to wonder, "should I prioritize design or development?" While all components are important for developing a solid MVP, let's look at the advantages of starting with design and why it's so important in building a user-centric product.
UI/UX design is more than just aesthetics; it also includes user experience, usability, and problem-solving. Prioritizing design when creating an MVP is the best approach for many reasons!
User-Centricity: Prioritizing design allows you to concentrate on understanding the needs, pain areas, and motivations of your users. With this user-centric approach, the MVP solves relevant concerns and provides a friendly introduction for early adopters. In other words, the user is at the heart of the development process.
While development is necessary for bringing an MVP to life, starting with design will give you that jump-start! This method increases the likelihood of producing an MVP that not only meets user expectations but also serves as a solid platform for future expansion and growth. So, when faced with the MVP dilemma, keep in mind that design serves as a compass that steers your product to success.
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