Assignment: Why are you here?
Getting (into) the right mindset
The No-Code MVP dictionary
The Lean Startup Framework
Add-on: Running Lean in a Corporate Environment
What is a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)?
The MVP Experiment Canvas
2. Understanding your potential customers and their problems
Interviewing your potential customers
Analyzing your interviews
Researching your potential customers and their problems
Assignment: Defining your most promising customer segment
3. Turning your idea into a value proposition
Researching alternative and competitive solutions
Crafting your idea's value proposition and differentiation
Assignment: Define your value proposition
4. Setting up your MVP Experiment - Part 1
Choosing your distribution channel(s)
Defining Customer Engagement / Feedback Loop
What are your riskiest assumptions?
Choosing your Experiment Format
5. The tools to build an MVP without code
Intro: the tools for this course
Build a website with Carrd
Build and automate a workflow with Zapier
Build a database with Google Sheets, Docs & Google drive
Build an "embeddable" database with Airtable
Send "notification" and newsletters emails with Gmail & Revue
Receive payments with Stripe
Get insights with Google Analytics
Where to find design assets you can use
Other valuable and relevant tools to explore
6. Setting up your MVP Experiment - Part 2
Defining your experiment's scenario and workflow
Which metrics are you going to measure?
When is your experiment a success?
Assignment: Metrics & Success Criteria
7. Step-by-step building guides
Building a Lead Capture website without code
Building a Marketplace MVP without code
Building a "Productized Service" MVP without code
Building an "On-Demand Service" MVP without code
Building an MVP without code to (pre-)sell digital products
Building an MVP for "Service/Consulting business" without code
8. Learning from your MVP experiment
Turning your Results into Learnings & Insights
Next steps: Pivot, Pursue or Stop?
Share your idea / MVP / product to receive feedback!
What do you think of the course?
A guide to naming your product
MVP review and interview with Brad Jasper of Catchnotes.app