FAQ for startups

1. Why should I build a prototype?

A prototype tests the viability of an idea. If the idea works, you proceed to the next stage of the project launch (MVP development). If the idea doesn't work, you save your budget by not throwing away money on a project that might not succeed.

2. What's included into the cost?

You'll get:

  • a quick product prototype from scratch;
  • the best team of junior-developers;
  • an experienced project team leader;
  • the confidence of your investor in the success of your startup;
  • presentation of the project from team leader and the team.

Once you get a product prototype, you can proceed to the next stages of startup launching - MVP creation, finding product / market fit, taking over the world.

3. How long does it take to build a prototype?

Depending from the tasks, the prototype development takes from one to four weeks.

4. How do you calculate the prototype development time limits?

Before we start to build a prototype, we discuss the project in detail. Based on the tasks we set, we calculate the time limits and explain to you all the features of each stage.

You know in advance how long it will take to build a prototype, and what our team will do at each development stage.

5. How can I make sure that you aren't lengthening the time limits artificially to make more profit?

We build trust-based relationships with each customer and pursue a common goal: the rapid prototype creation that will test the hypothesis.

The faster we build a prototype, the more development requests we receive and the higher the degree of trust of each client.

6. Why a prototype but not MVP?

A prototype tests the viability of an idea. MVP is the first version of the product that tests product/market fit, attracts the first customers.

It makes no sense to invest money in creating MVP if you aren't sure about the viability of the idea. It's a waste of money. Before developing MVP, you should make sure that the idea is feasible.

7. Why junior developers? I won't trust my project to the budding specialists!

In fact, junior developers have the very qualities that startups need: fast learning, crazy energy, diligence, and a willingness to work hard. By the way, to create a prototype, specific knowledge and skills are not required.

In addition, by inviting budding specialists to the team, we replenish the IT industry with an army of highly qualified specialists.

8. Can I then recruit the team of developers to my project?

Yes, you can. If you and the team like each other, you can collaborate on an ongoing basis without any additional conditions.

9. Do you guarantee compliance with deadlines?

Yes, we do. Discussion of the project leads to a deep understanding of the work scope, so we determine the time limits with high accuracy. We can't change the agreed deadlines during the development process and, on the contrary, we strive to build a prototype as quickly as possible.

If your project requires specific skills and involves non-standard work, we do preliminary development (Preprod), which gives us an understanding of the time limits. Preprod is a stand-alone project with its own terms and costs and is required in exceptional cases.

10. Some words about the payment details.

You pay 30% of the cost right away, the rest - after the project's realization.
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