MVP Software Development

We'll design, develop and launch your product in just a few weeks.

What is an MVP?

If you've got a great idea for a mobile or web application, one of the first steps to take is to create a “minimum viable product”, or MVP for short. The idea behind an MVP is to prove your concept with an initial version of your product which has enough features to satisfy early adopters.


An MVP is preferable to building a prototype or proof-of-concept in that you don’t have to throw it away when you decide to go ahead and build the full product - you simply build on top of the MVP to add more features.

No technical background required

You don't need any technical background or design expertise - that's what we're here for. We'll take care of all the techie and design stuff, allowing you to focus on the product and business itself.

Value for money

With this considered, MVPs are great value for money - we lay the foundations to get people using your product, and in turn get your revenue streams up and running.

Ryan Falconer from Skillstep
Without our digital service we couldn't start to help businesses and customers work together to create better off-line experiences. Bad Dinosaur have helped us deliver the first piece of that puzzle which is incredibly exciting.
Tom Harries, Vocal

How it works

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1. Meeting

The first stage is the initial meeting - we’ll get to know each other and you’ll give us a helicopter tour of your idea and what inspired you.

2. Workshoppin'

If everything is groovy, we’ll aim to do 3-4 hours of workshop sessions with you. During these sessions - sometimes called "discovery" - we’ll get to the bottom of what your idea is, who will be using it, what they will be able to do, and the strengths and weaknesses.

3. Co-design & development

Once we’re happy that we’ve got a good mutual understanding of what is about to be created, we’ll enter into the development phase. We work "agile" which means weekly catch-ups with you where we will show you the progress since our last meeting. The catch-ups are a great opportunity for you to give feedback and have a voice during development.

4. Delivery

Within just a few short weeks, we will have turned an idea in your head into a working mobile or web application that is ready to be put infront of investors, early adopters or even paying customers.

5. Review

We’ll schedule a time to sit down and have a review of the MVP to see what the next steps are. In our experience this happens sooner than you might think - because of the nature of the MVP process, you’ll get feedback from your early adopters or peers very fast. We’ll be there to provide anything from small changes to the next phase of your plan.

What about after the MVP?

After your initial pilot, you'll almost certainly have feedback and feature requests. In most cases, we'll plan future phases of development right from the start. We'll be here when you're ready to expand and scale your product, using the same iterative co-design and development process.


A new version out to the world!


A few days or a few weeks - you decide


Prioritise new features and fixes

Funding for software development

You don't necessarily need to fund the whole project yourself: There are many grants available for people looking to build an MVP. We can let you know about the grants that might be applicable to your project and point you to the right people to speak to.

Let's get started

So, all set to get started? Great! Let's chat about your product idea and see how we can help.

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