Lock in your Minimum Viable Product with ClickModel
Not only does the ClickModel℠ process help you avoid wasteful spending on unnecessary features and unfocused objectives — it also serves to outline and define all of the features you will develop, giving you a map of the entire project from start to finish and reliable cost and time estimates for each individual feature. This roadmap allows you to be nimble throughout the subsequent development process, making informed decisions about which features to conquer next and helping you launch a minimum viable product as soon as possible.
Armed with an interactive ClickModel prototype, you will be ready to charge forward with confidence on your software or application development project.
ClickModel Software Prototyping for Your Next Project
- Are you looking to define what a minimum viable product might be for your software idea?
- Do you need to validate the feasibility of your software vision?
- Do you need to identify of the investment of time and cost involved in bringing a software concept to life?
What is Software Prototyping?
Before you start down the custom software development path, it’s important to understand exactly what needs your new software or application will address and how it will satisfy them effectively.
Software development is a complex process that requires both good communication and iterative trial and error. However, it can be expensive, time-consuming and frustrating to build six versions of the wrong website before you finally figure out what the right one looks like.
We understand this pain. Our solution is ClickModel®, a process that quickly turns your software concept into an interactive software prototype.
Like a Movie Set…
Think of a software prototype like the set of a classic Western. The actors can walk down a dusty Main Street, wave to friends leaning out of open shutters, walk through the swinging doors of the saloon, and shoot out the window of the barbershop.
…It’s Just Enough To Feel Real
With a movie set — just building facades with nothing behind them — it’s pretty easy to exchange the corner store with the haberdashery or to decide, after seeing it all together, that the sheriff needs to walk the other way down the street.