OpenUp: MVP Design for Technology



On-demand Recording
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A MVP (Minimum viable product) is a basic, launchable version of the product that allows minimal yet must-have features. An MVP is created with an intent to attract early adopters, and achieve product-market fit from an early stage.

Once the MVP is launched, initial feedback will allow the company to fix the bugs and introduce new features that those early adopters suggest.

The MVP approach allows for a startup to make an early market entry, enable early testing of the idea and product, and develop a full product that uses its user feedback and suggestions to make improvements. 

This webinar will cover…

  • MVP Designing for technology 
  • Keeping the end-user in mind
  • The difference between the term MVP and MSP in development
  • What to expect as an investment to do it right
  • Designing Technology to achieve ROI and Business objectives
  • Pros and Cons to Professional Design UI/UX
  • How to maximize and track velocity and output
  • The importance of a good tech team and what that looks like

Founders and leaders in startups or companies that are working towards developing their MVP. 

This is a recording of the live, virtual workshop hosted over Zoom


Nick Lamb
Tara Spalding

Meet The Expert:

Nick Lamb, CEO and Owner of OutCode. Software

Nick loves to work with individuals and companies looking for a product focused path using innovative ideas to improve quality of life. Nicholas has worked finding ways to use technology to help each company grow and see a healthy return on investment for a variety of different industries ranging from Energy to Customer Experience to Wall Street and everything in between. He loves to help make others dreams become a reality. Nicholas holds a Masters Degree in Information Systems from the University of Utah. He has taken product and technology leadership roles for funded technology companies and lives his passion for entrepreneurship through investing in startups and expanding OutCode’s ecosystem.