Before you start coding
Want to launch a new tech product?
Here are the few tips for building your first new tech product.
Think the customers
Every successful tech product out there that is returning huge financial investment is doing one thing: “Solving a problem”. So the first rule here is to think customers into product innovation.
Always consider primarily the target customer’s problems and how you’re helping them solve it with your products.
The real truth is that, in the first place, nobody will notice your product exceptional complexity or features, if it is not useful in any way to the customers, you’re in the wrong track, push the stop button and take a reverse
What’s going into this project? do you have a sustainable technological expertise to execute and deploy the project successfully?
This is where your skill comes into play, a programmer? Web developer? Data analyst? Etc, whatever it is you know how to do, it’s time you get to do it well.
I believe in this norm “Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well”.
Maybe you have analyzed your project and discovered a very important area that you and your team may need assistant, don’t let it be a reason to give up.
Seek your friends or any tech organization you can work with.
Can customers pay for this product and how long?
You don’t want to build a product that nobody is buying.
This is the worst that can happen to any programmer, team or organization of any size, investing a reasonable amount of time, effort and money into building something that a customer will look at look you in the face and say “’Nah I don’t need that”
Believe me, you don’t want to hear that in the mouth of plenty people, you may get frustrate, and I don’t want you to.
Another important question to answer is “How long will they continue to pay for it?” a question of product sustainability.
What’s stopping you from building that amazing product, especially when you have positive answers to the above questions?
Here is something I want you to know, you don’t need to have everything in place before you get started, turn on that computer and start coding!
There you have it, the quick things you need to have in place before building that product of your dream