tag: Non-technical founders

How to build your app: Part IV

This is the fourth post in a series where I list steps involved to build your app, from idea to launch. Be sure to check other posts about interviewing customers and preparing the specs, hiring designers and developers and managing the product and the project during the development process. In

How to build your app as a non-technical founder: Part II

Yesterday I wrote about the preparation steps you need to take before you start looking for developers and building your app. Interviewing customers, creating user stories and wireframes are essential for any product. Going through these steps allow your idea to evolve from a vague, abstract concept to a thought-through

How to build your app: Part I

If you are a non-technical founder, the path from early-stage idea to a working product can be confusing. Unfortunately, it’s hard to find a clear and concise guide on how to build an app from start to finish. I tried to list all steps that are necessary from my

Concerns when hiring traditional development agency

If you are a non-technical founder and you want to build a web or mobile app you have only three options — learn to code and build it yourself, find a co-founder who will handle the technical side or hire people to build it for you for money.

Ideas and execution

All startups start with an Idea. An idea to change the world, to disrupt the industry, to change how people live and work and make their lives better. We tend to think that idea is everything, but unfortunately, that can’t be further from the truth.

Hiring development team for your startup

There are a lot of resources out there on how to come up with the great idea, how to validate it and research the market and how to iterate to find product-market fit. There's even more material about how to market your product, how to run social media ads, email