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๐Ÿ’กShort unfiltered notes and findings on startups and business | I teach @nocodemvp and tweet @bramk | ๐Ÿ’™the internet

Hello friends! ๐Ÿ‘‹
As part of my course No-Code MVP, Iโ€™ve been working on a practical framework to help you design and launch better Minimum Viable Products to validate your ideas.
Itโ€™s called the โ€œMVP Experiment Canvasโ€ and today Iโ€™m launching it for free, to help as many people as possible with the validation of their startup ideas.
The term MVP has been misused ever since it got more popular. Lots of people approach it in the wrong way ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ They use MVP as a definition for the first release of a rudimentary product. As in:
โ€œmy final product has 10 features but Iโ€™m launching my MVP with 3 core features so people can start using it.โ€
โŒ This is not what an MVP is about! โŒ
So next to the framework, Iโ€™ve also created an extensive how-to guide and explainer video (see below) to help you get into the right MVP mindset while using the canvas.
I hope itโ€™s valuable to you! If you have any questions while using it for your idea, just hit me up via @bramk on Twitter.
High five from Amsterdam ๐Ÿ–
Bram Kanstein
P.S
If youโ€™re active on Product Hunt, you can join the discussion right here :)

The MVP Experiment Canvas - by Bram Kanstein The MVP Experiment Canvas - by Bram Kanstein
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