Make Something! (HELPFUL INFORMATION For Non-technical Founders RELEASE A Their First App/website) (xpost R/startups)

I’m thinking about making a workbook for making an iOS or web app. I’d like to get some opinions and input. It will be written for non-technical founders primarily and will work with one to go from your idea to an operating product, while turning you into something owner get you on the path to being a CEO /. Through doing the tasks in the workbook, you shall learn how to define a product, do wireframes, how to outsource, and how to save money on development. The concentrate is on liberating a product.

We want to build important skills; staying available to feedback, understanding users, time boxing, setting up objectives, focusing on what matters – but the main purpose of this written book is to make something. Writing the book Alongside, I’ll be going through the tasks myself to make one or two 2 digital products and can share those examples.

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I think that’s a huge part of the to enable you to see what each stage actually appears like. My goal for this first run through is to get many people who are interested, and perhaps start a slack channel. I want to get feedback from inexperienced and experienced people, to understand the challenges and pitfalls, and understand how to get this done better. For transparency: This might be free.

In the future, I might try to convert this into a self-standing product and monetize it if that would produce a much better experience and more lucrative users. My thought is that with access to the right methodologies and procedures, people can make the tools/solutions they (and other people) need, and that could make the global world a much better place than I can by hoard this knowledge. Copy the tasks into whatever note application you utilize (I take advantage of bear – I love using hashtags to keep my ideas organized).

Scroll down for brief explanations of every job. Write the answers as you go along. Or, better — print out it out and use pen and paper yet, or use post it records. Work with a timer to keep yourself on track. If you have several ideas, choose the one that you are most passionate about. You can find other things to take into account here – feasibility, monetization, market size – but we aren’t going to be concerned about that for the time being.

Our goal is merely to make something. It would help to be familiar with the theory space, so that you understand your users and where to find them possibly; but that isn’t necessary. I will write more about application is web at some point but for now, if you don’t have reasonable to make an app, opt for web first. When I really do my examples, I will get into more depth. The time recommendations are given to push you forward and prevent stalling; feel free to use 1.5 or 2x the allotted time for each section if required. What’s your product called?