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by: Ian M
Photo Credit: The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
Take that elaborate business plan and throw it out the window. Creating a quick prototype and bringing it straight to the market is the best route for success in 2012. Rapid prototyping lets you get immediate information about what people really want, without wasting time planning and designing the product. If you haven’t a clue about creating prototypes or are already on the path, here’s the articles you should have read. Everything from the tools you will need, the process, the problems and a dose of inspiration. Get ready to fail better.
A premium case study of how an early unfinished startup prototype made it possible to gather enough product feedback and raise $7 million in funding to complete it.
A step by step guide on the importance of rapid prototyping and why the old school way of creating business plans and elaborate presentations is dead.
Ever wished you could learn from the mistakes a young startup has already made? Andrea does just that – documenting her first startup prototype on a yellow piece of construction paper to the web company it is today.
A full 30 minute video presentation explaining the principals of prototyping with Aza Raskin, creative lead at Firefox.