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Building your Lean MVP with AgilityFeat

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Arin Sime

Building your Lean MVP with AgilityFeat

One of our most fun projects in 2014 was working with lean startup entrepreneur Steph Hay. Steph came to us with a number of project ideas, and through brainstorming sessions we all agreed to tackle a “baseball cards for CrossFitters” site called Tougher.me.

Not only was the project fun, but if you ever have the chance to work with Steph on anything at all, do it! She is great. And I’m not just saying that because she was kind enough to do this nice testimonial video with us, where you’ll learn a little bit about what it’s like to hire AgilityFeat to build your Minimum Viable Product (MVP).

One of the fun things about this project for us was the CrossFit connection. Our visual designer Daniel Phillips is kind of a badass at CrossFit, and is part owner of three gyms here in Costa Rica (aka “boxes” in the CrossFit world). But not everyone on our team exercises, as lead developer Allan Naranjo freely admits in the video.

Are you into CrossFit? Then you should check out Tougher.me.

Do you also live in Costa Rica? Then you should also check out Dani’s Box in Rohrmoser, where we shot some of this video. The video with Steph in the Washington DC area was at CrossFit Lorton.

Do you need help designing and developing your MVP? Or want to brainstorm some ideas? Then you need to contact our team! We’re ready – let’s do this!



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