First things first
The NO CODE MVP dictionary
Assignment #1: Why are you here?
1. An introduction to Lean Startup
Getting (into) the right mindset
The Lean Startup Framework
What is a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)?
(Why) should you work with an MVP?
2. Understanding your potential customers and their problems
Why problems are more important than (ideas for) solutions
Interviewing your potential customers
Researching your potential customers and their problems
Mapping your customers and their problems
Defining your most promising customer segment (Minimum Viable Segment)
Assignment #2: Share your customer interview framework and your interview results
Assignment #3: Map your most promising potential customers and their problems
3. Turning your idea into a solid value proposition
An introduction to the Lean Canvas
Defining your idea's value proposition and differentiation
Researching alternative and competitive solutions
Assignment #4: Define your value proposition and map it on the Lean canvas
4. Turning your value proposition into an MVP
What are your (riskiest) assumptions?
Creating your MVP experiment sheet
Defining the minimum requirements to provide value
Deciding on the tools to use
Assignment #5: Map your riskiest assumptions and fill out your MVP experiment sheet
Assignment #6: Define your MVP's workflow
5. The tools to build an MVP without code
Intro: the tools for this course
Build a website with Carrd
Build a workflow with Zapier
Extend your workflow with Trello
Build a database with Google Sheets & Google drive
Alternative: Build a database with Airtable
Receive payments with Stripe
Get insights with Google Analytics
Find design assets you can use
Other valuable and relevant tools
6. Step-by-step building guides
Building a Lead Capture website without code
Selling a digital product without code
Building an On-Demand Service without code
Building a Marketplace without code
Selling a productized service without code
Building a consulting business without code
7. Launching and learning from your MVP experiment
Where to find your MVP's first users
Executing your MVP experiment
Gathering feedback and learnings
Analyzing your MVP experiment: pivot, pursue or stop?
Assignment #7: What have you learned from your MVP experiment?
8. Next steps
Prioritizing your future roadmap
Working towards a more complex product
Assignment #8: Share your idea / MVP / product to receive feedback!
Review: what do you think of my course?
How I build, launched and sold a No-Code MVP product
A guide to naming your product
MVP review and interview with Brad Jasper of Catchnotes.app