|Business Canvas Apps||David Busby||7/4/12 8:42 AM|
Have you used any of them? Which one did you like the best and why? Maybe you don't like those apps? What is missing? Is there room for a better canvas app or should I just stick to paper?
Happy 4th !
|Re: [lsc] Business Canvas Apps||Sean Murphy||7/5/12 3:34 PM|
There is a wiki page http://leanstartup.pbworks.com/BusinessModelCanvas that has a roundup of blog posts and tools.
|Re: [lsc] Business Canvas Apps||Roberto Allende||7/5/12 4:08 PM|
|Re: Business Canvas Apps||Johan Steenkamp||7/11/12 2:15 AM|
...and another one that I created http://bmfiddle.com
|Re: Business Canvas Apps||Laurence McCahill – Spook Studio||7/11/12 2:47 PM|
|Re: [lsc] Re: Business Canvas Apps||Dan Khan - NetProfess Ltd.||7/11/12 2:58 PM|
After reading Ash's posts, I put together a simple MVP a few years back:http://www.netprofess.com/canvas.php
This still seems to get good feedback from people who use it in terms of simplicity, no sign-up, etc. Was never meant to be a product, more a quick, simple tool.
On 12 July 2012 09:52, Dan Khan - NetProfess Ltd. <dan....@netprofess.com> wrote:
After reading Ash's posts, I put together a simple MVP a few years back: http://www.netprofess.com/canvas.php
|Re: Business Canvas Apps||David Bland||7/12/12 11:46 AM|
My only word of caution is that folks have a hard enough time understanding the canvas when you doing it on paper and in person.
|Re: Business Canvas Apps||FredO||7/12/12 2:25 PM|
There is also the canvas developed by Alex Osterwalder both available on the web https://strategyzer.com/ and the iPad http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/business-model-toolbox/id431605371
|Re: Business Canvas Apps||Johan Steenkamp||7/12/12 2:43 PM|
I agree that pencil and paper always good - not just for canvas.
However online canvases can provide a valuable learning tool and help solve the understanding problem.
I think the Business Model You personal/career canvas form Tim Clark is making a great start in getting people using the canvas early on.
Business Model You is a strong driver behind my http://bmfiddle.com online canvas tool - a playground to create and share canvases. Its also why bmfiddle allows you to add as much help/detail info for each building block as you want. So in the case of BMY educators / counsellors can tailor the canvas to their groups.
An online tool can help with important tasks as a regular/weekly revisit (as highlighted by Tristan in one his blog posts) via notifications or other tools.
An online tool also allows you to get feedback and learn anytime/anywhere without having to meetup in person.