10 Scrappy Minimum Viable Products That Made It

This collection includes the early websites of Facebook (still with the The), 37signals, LinkedIn (not that bad in fact), eBay (without the pictures I’m afraid), Twitter (probably the first sketch), and more. Note that some may miss CSS and therefore may not display identical to the original.

If “preach what you teach” still holds, this better be a minimum viable blog post. As far as I put the slide deck together in under 1o minutes, did the research for it during a quick train trip this morning, and publish this as soon as possible (even if it’s a bad time to post), it would need iterations..

Amazon

Amazon.com early website

 

The Facebook

The Facebook early website

Mint.com

Mint.com early website

 

Craigslist

Craigslist early website

37signals

37signals early wepage

 

eBay

eBay early website

 

LinkedIn

LinkedIn early website

Groupon

Groupon early website

 

Twitter sketch

Twitter early product sketch

The First-Ever website

World Wide Web first website

 

Do you think these can be considered MVP’s? Why? Why not?

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