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  1. ‫ﻧﺎﻋﻤﯽ‬ ‫اﻃﻬﺮ‬ :‫دﻫﻨﺪه‬ ‫اراﺋﻪ‬ MVP
  2. MVP Types To valdate the soloution
  3. Fake Door MVP
  4. Fake Door MVP
  5. Landing page MVP
  6. Email campaign MVP
  7. Marketing campaign MVP
  8. Pre-order MVP
  9. Single-feature App MVP
  10. Single-feature App MVP
  11. Piecemeal MVP
  12. Concierge MVP
  13. Concierge MVP
  14. Wizard of Oz MVP
  15. MVP Features Prioritization
  16. • To success: Critical to the current delivery timebox • Walking skeleton • Functional and meets legal/regulatory requirements • Not competitive in the marketplace. • makes product worthwhile existing • Makes it competitive. • Uncertain revenue potential • Aren’t so crucial for market visibility. • Won’t make it into the MVP unless the product is very well-funded. • Not critical • Won’t be in the MVP. (Like alternative colors)
  17. Quick Wins Add great value Relatively easy to accomplish. Maybes (like could-haves) easy to develop Limited usefulness. Big Bets Add great value to the product Take considerable time and effort to develop Time Sinks low-impact features nevertheless high-effort. The inclusion of effort increases applicability to real-world situations
  18. • Introduces User Journey into prioritization. • Ranking features under respective activity
  19. Satisfaction E ff ort / Money Basic Features • Similar to the Must-have MoSCoW features. • Does not necessarily mean cheap. • So expected that they do not contribute positively to satisfaction. Neutral Features • Dose not add much value. • Perhaps they have limited use-cases that barely anyone uses. Performance Features • Whose quality can be a differentiator. • Like: screen resolution and fuel consumption/battery life Delighters Features • provide a key competitive advantage • make up your Unique Value Proposition. • novel features that people want to show their friends. • delighter features drift towards basic over time. ( ultra-HD becomes basic, folding screen is a delighter) Kano: a Japanese professor
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