We talk a lot about the ins and outs of product development, especially those stages that bring the product to life and test its viability – things like wireframes, user stories, visual mockups, market research, etc. But it’s important to never get too far away from what is not only the very first aspect of product development but what is probably the most exciting part for you as an entrepreneur. The BIG IDEA
At its most basic, idea validation is fairly simple, but it starts with looking at your product in a way that you might not have considered. First, you have to determine if your product is actually solving a problem for users. You might be surprised at how often this isn’t the main focus of product development.
If you’re ready to get a clear roadmap for your idea, please free to contact us with any questions. When it comes to product development, think of Rootstrap as the belt that keeps the truth’s pants from falling down.
If you have an idea for a new product, that idea may only be clear in your mind… and that’s a problem. It’s up to you to articulate it to others, especially when tasking a design/ development shop with building it. A breakdown in communication is the quickest way to see your product fail.