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Flavors of Prototypes

Posted by marty cagan on February 13, 2014

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Prototypes of various forms have been around for as long as we’ve been doing software, since the famous Fred Brooks quote: “plan to throw one away, you will anyway.” However, many things have changed.  Not the least of which is that the tools and techniques we have for developing prototypes and testing them have developed dramatically.  Of all the different MVP techniques, prototypes are among my favorites.

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Vision Pivots vs. Discovery Pivots

Posted by marty cagan on February 3, 2013

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The term "pivot" is probably one of the most overused and abused terms in today's product teams.  If you're not familiar with the concept, see Your Business Plan Is Wrong.

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Viable Product vs. Minimal Product

Posted by marty cagan on March 7, 2012

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To continue on the series of articles describing the critically important concept of Minimum Viable Product (MVP), in this article I wanted to contrast the concept of Viable Product with what I call "Minimal Product."

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