To set the MVP scope and choose the features that would determine the success of the tests, we started with Product Strategy workshops. Based on these, our client was able to make an informed decision about which features to implement to make an application relevant to the market.
To cope with time and project complexity, we unorthodoxly began the back-end development immediately, without design. It was a big challenge to code a back-end foundation that will be relevant for a solution before the UI is mapped. To archive it, we started to code with what was certain, and then added space for interaction between each coded element for UX designers to fill it up later.
Our team was constantly in contact with Bartosz. Keeping the client in the loop allowed us to make quick decisions on a project and speed up the development process.
MVP goes to school!
In 4 short months, our client went from an idea to a responsive application, ready to be implemented in schools.
We are in constant partnership with the client, adding new features and enhancing the product, which already was met with excellent feedback from first schools adopting it.