We start by having a conversation and understanding the problem you're trying to solve and who has that problem.
From there, we'll talk about really matters to move your idea one step forward.
We'll determine what we can create with the least resources to confirm that the group you've identified is willing to spend money on the solution you're proposing.
Sometimes, all that's necessary to start is a clickable mockup that you can use to pitch your idea to potential customers. You can even collect pre-order payments and use them to fund further development.
Other times, we'll define the most critical features and build a simplified product that you can immediately start getting out to users.
We'll continue to iteratively develop your product in phases that are targeted to answer shortcomings we've identified and get results.
With each iteration you'll learn important lessons and gain confidence in your product.
Oh, hey there! My name is Nicky Hajal. I run Matterloop and will be with you every step of the way as we build your product.
I learned to program when I was 12 and have been designing and developing professionally for well over 10 years.
That amount of experience has allowed me to develop tools and techniques to very rapidly develop high-quality initial prototypes of digital products.
I've also learned all too well how easy it easy to spend 8 months working on a product that it turns out no one wants. Let's use my experience to make sure that doesn't happen to you.
Absolutely not! Although we're building an MVP, everything will have a strong foundation that will be easy to build and grow off of in the future.
If we determine a mock-up is all that's necessary, we'll provide a clickable, interactive mockup using Marvel or Invision. This will include basic graphic + user interface design (clean & professional, but nothing ground-breaking).
If we move forward with an MVP, this will include: