product development

AppThink Alum: Jimmy Amerson

AppThink Alum: Jimmy Amerson

How did you get started in tech and entrepreneurship? I majored in Computer Science in undergrad. Shortly after graduation, I started working as a Computer Programmer and I’ve been in the same field since then. A few years after graduating I started a web design...

Top 3 Questions Founders Ask About Customer Interviews

Top 3 Questions Founders Ask About Customer Interviews

We know. You want to get to the fun part of entrepreneurship: building your product, creating your logo, and brainstorming names. And here we are talking about validation and customer research (again) and how sending out surveys, while helpful, rarely tells the whole...

What is Zero-to-One Product Development?

What is Zero-to-One Product Development?

When you hear zero-to-one in the context of product development, it's critical to understand exactly what we're talking about. We can think about it as: Zero-to-one represents the phase of a product's existence between the idea and the first shippable version, known...

AppThink Alum: Niesha White

AppThink Alum: Niesha White

How did you get started in tech and entrepreneurship? I officially started my career in tech as a Software Developer in 2016, but even before that I'd always been very interested in technology. After taking a Web Design course as an undergrad, I knew I wanted to dig...

No-Code: A Way to Build Your Next Product

No-Code: A Way to Build Your Next Product

This is a complete guide to building with no-code tools In this in-depth guide you’ll learn: What is no-codeWhy you should research no-codeWhat are no-code toolsNo-code best practicesPlus lots more So, if you’re ready to go “all in” with building with no-code tools,...

Minimum Viable Products

Minimum Viable Products

This is a complete guide to building a minimum viable product (MVP). In this in-depth guide you’ll learn: What is a Minimum Viable ProductHow to build a Minimum Viable ProductTypes of Minimum Viable ProductsPlus lots more So if you’re ready to go “all in” with...