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3 Types of Design Your Early-Stage Company Should Focus on

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image3 Types of Design Your Early-Stage Company Should Focus on

For early stage startups, design needs tend to follow a similar pattern, then vary based on the specific business model. Here's a guide to help you start.

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    Jessie HookieJessie Hookie subscriber Posts: 351 Silver Level Member

    Thank you for sharing such a valuable information with us!

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    dresadresa subscriber Posts: 41 Bronze Level Member
    edited August 2020

    thanks for sharing the good article

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    Antonina_aAntonina_a subscriber Posts: 6 Member

    Thank you, this is like a very good piece.

    Looks like pitch deck is the outcome of article.

    Because it is extremely important for early stage companies, this is the first and foremost thing that any investor will take a look at. For other stage companies it is more important to seek funding, achieve a product market fit and find a way to develop it.

    This is something one needs to have in place. And in a good design as well! So that it looks compelling and different from the others that are on the table of the VC. They receive a ton of them on a daily basis, and you need to stand out from the rest of the crowd.

    I don't really think that product design is so important and for the early stage company because it will definitely lack a lot, compared to the release version.

    The release version on the other hand should be in design as well. So, if you can deliver a release version. Being an early stage company, that would be definitely great and you should also concentrate on the design of the release version. Otherwise, I would pay additional attention to the pitch deck, and a compelling design event.

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