A roadmap is an invaluable asset whenever you want to achieve something or reach a certain destination. It's the same when you want to launch a new digital product. A product roadmap acts as a guidepost and will not only facilitate tasks for the project team, but will also serve as a great communication tool for all stakeholders.
So, what is a product roadmap? And how to build a product roadmap? What are the benefits of a product roadmap?
In this blog post, we share insights on how we use this tool for turning ideas into successful commercial products.
Having worked with a multitude of founders and startups, helping them bring their product visions to life, we at Startup House have seen prototypes of every shape and size.
Some founders start from scratch and need only simple prototypes. However, those having MVPs already are typically founders who wish to discover what the addition of extra features to these MVPs will result in. In such cases, theirs will be prototypes that are far more complex.
Therefore, to determine which kind your idea may need, we've written this article to define low, mid and high-fidelity prototypes, along with other important considerations to bear in mind.
Here's everything you need to know.
They're often referred to as 'corporate refugees.' The skilled and successful who've become disillusioned with the 9-to-5, the obligatory office habitation, the commuting, the corporate ladder. Perhaps you're among them or in some ironic way aspire to be.
If so - particularly if you're one with the ideas, acumen and ambitions required for a successful startup - this blog post is for you, as well as for what US statistics confirm is a growing number of such 'refugees'.
Well, you've read this far. You must be interested. Interested, that is, in being your own boss and building something in which you'll find far more satisfaction and value.
So, let's go through some helpful steps to guide you out of your corporate job and encourage you further into that startup venture you've been daydreaming about.