An MVP differs significantly from a prototype and a full-fledged product.
A prototype is a preliminary model to explore ideas and design concepts, not necessarily intended for release to the public. It's more about testing a concept than a market-ready product.
In contrast, an MVP is a simplified version of the product, developed with enough features to attract early adopters and validate a product idea early in the product development cycle.
A full-fledged product is a completely developed product with all intended features and functionalities, ready for the mass market.
We elaborate on the differences between and MVP and a prototype in our journal.
Prototyping is crucial for visualising the final product and gathering early feedback.
The prototyping service transforms concepts into tangible (often clickable) visuals, bridging the gap between imagination and reality.
This iterative process of prototyping, testing, and refining helps in identifying design issues early, saving time and resources in the long run.