We are techies, but we are business people as well.
Technology is our native language, but after many years of experience gathered on the web and mobile field, we speak business fluently.
But most of all we have learned that the idea without being investigated based on the market need, will not make it far from the start.
The discovery phase is the moment when we help you find the “gold mine” of your MVP idea.
Sad numbers are 42% of small business failures are reported due to no market need.
In other words, you just need solid preparation in order to raise your chances in the market dramatically.
Market and competition research is the first step.
Validating business/monetization models
Since you already know your value, your audience, and your place on the market, it’s time to decide on how are you going to get paid.
There are many ways to sell your mobile app, and they are all dependent on your business goals, plans, and your audience habits.
Deciding the technology stack
When the plan is there, it’s time to choose a heart for your MVP.
Generally, there are a number of different technological options you could go for when it comes to MVP development.
While choosing the right tech stack for your app, you must consider quite a few things on the way, as it will be ultimately deciding on your app performance, quality, and usability.
In Pagepro, we are using all the blessings of modern web technologies, such as:
- React (Gatsby, Next.js)
- React Native (Expo)
If you want to build a mobile MVP, you may want to consider:
- Platform-specific native apps - These are coded for either iOS or Android.
- Cross-platform apps - Mentioned already before, these use Shared Development Kits, but can still run natively.
- Hybrid apps - a hybrid app is compatible with both iOS and Android. With this approach, you don’t need to write different codebases for each platform.
Building scalability roadmap
Tell us about your most ambitious plans, and we will help you find the road.
Making an app is rarely the end of the project.
What should be next? How are you going to grow your business from that point?
What’s your biggest dream? Let’s make it happen!