We help startups design their ideas & build great MVPs on a tight budget.
If you’re visiting this page, it’s probably because you’ve got an idea for an exciting new product. But is there a way to be sure it’ll work before spending too much effort, time, and money on it?
Yes, there is! And it's called MVP, which stands for minimum viable product. An MVP is not a beta or a poor version of an app, but one containing only the essential features to be validated by early users.
Our agency has built dozens of MVPs over the past few years. Some of our clients have received multi-million dollar investments with an MVP version of their app.
Zoftify is a leading mobile & web development company that creates products following the best industry standards and practices. We are dynamic and stay on the edge of modern technologies and approaches so we can deliver apps with great performance and amazing UI/UX.
Short answer: yes.
An MVP is a great way to begin - start small and grow big. Together we define a list of essential features to be released in the first version of the app, which we share with early users. This will allow us to understand what users like and dislike - what they would like to see in the product going forward. It's pretty common that during the MVP phase, our clients decide to adjust their idea or take a completely new direction.
The MVP approach means testing ideas quickly without spending too much time and money. We build only a limited set of features that are essential for an early version of the app.
Save a lot of money on building something that might not be needed or right for your users. Develop only the most necessary features, without spending too much.
MVPs are attractive to investors. Show them you care about your product and are spending their time and money wisely.
Forget over-engineering and making things too complex early on. An MVP means starting simply, building up from the features that are absolutely necessary.
Easily promote your product among different target audiences, and adjust functionality based on their feedback. Find your true users.
An MVP is just the first step on the way to something bigger and better. There is always something to improve upon, but it's better to start off with something essential and small.