If your project’s requirements are not set yet, we’ll guide you through a trial-and-error process concluding with the creation of a prototype and the identification of your future product’s essential features. Usually, two scenarios are pursued here - the prototype is either to focus on a particular technical assumption(s) that needs to be validated or an alternative needs to be found. It could also be that the technical angle is less challenging but the idea needs a tangible Proof of Value (POV) that can be demonstrated to potential stakeholders or investors.
Unless you have a long-term experience in introducing products to the market, testing out your vision with a prototype in the first place may be a good idea for a wide range of reasons:
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