And that is exactly the kind of circumstance that you should avoid. There is no point to make an absolutely perfect, dream of a product that nobody knows or has heard about. You could be a developer, a dreamer, an entrepreneur who is driven towards perfection. But let’s face the truth- there is no such thing as the ‘perfect’ time to launch.
How to quickly prepare your MVP for a launch?
- Focus on customer results instead of perfecting the product
If your product can get things done- whether it is automated or you have a bunch of people making it happen. Remember that before you launch your MVP, your first concern should be to get rid of customer friction. The customers would not care about the procedures as long as they are receiving their results or services. Once your product can prove its mettle to its client base, you would have plenty of opportunities to upgrade your products as per your customer response.
Don’t lose sleep for the small errors, but solve the vital ones
Your passion for your vision might pressure you to present an immaculate product. But truth being said; you can never get rid of all of the bugs and errors. No matter how spotless your product is, there is a good chance something will go wrong just before the launch. And of course, a couple of things might go wrong immediately after it has been launched, and then a few more after that.
Thus, you need to weigh the worst outcomes and measure them against the kind and amount of risk it poses to your business. When it comes to solving errors, you must prioritize. Things like customer privacy, safety, and convenience deserve to be solved more than the color scheme and interface designs. This is not to quote that those small risks will never surface. But remember, you are not needed to cross bridges that you haven’t arrived at yet.