Mobile App Development
We spend a huge amount of time and expend a lot of energy in our efforts to develop mobile solutions that operate equally well on all devices. Our goal is to create compelling experiences for the end user, just as we seek to uphold the standards of excellence and maintainability that our business customers have come to expect.
We recognize the differences between phones and tablets, just as we acknowledge the changing character of the mobile landscape.
Our mobile application development business is built on effective communication and consultation practices, extensive testing, and constant refining of interactive processes. We are dedicated to excellence, and we strive to ensure that every screen, no matter what its size, will look amazing, operates efficiently, and tell your story effectively.
The digital universe is our playground. We invite you to join us if you would like to participate fully in what has become a daily experience for the inhabitants of the world. We can show you the way — let’s build a great mobile app together.se MVC frameworks like Code Igniter to develop PHP 5 web applications in the shortest possible time frame saving you both in terms of initial development cost as well as long-term maintenance and support.
All apps start with an idea, even if yours is just to have a mobile app presence. Refine that idea into a solid basis for an application. Make sure your initial analysis includes actual demographics, motivations, behavior patterns and goals of your buyer persona.
This phase is essential because, during this phase, we lay down the necessary groundwork for what is to follow next. A bit of substantial research and brainstorming before moving on to the next phase. And another important part of this phase is analyzing the competition. A detailed study of your competitor’s app will help us figure out what features are absent in their app so that we could include it in your app, to make it stand out.
The next step is to document and wireframe the app, to understand future functionalities. Actually drawing detailed sketches of the envisioned product helps us uncover usability issues. Sketching does a lot more than merely tracing your steps. It can be a powerful communication and collaboration tool. Wireframing will help refine the ideas and arrange all components of the design in the right way. We create a roadmap or a storyboard, to demonstrate the relationship between each screen and how the users will navigate through the app.
We build a rapid prototype. You can’t truly comprehend the touch experience until and unless you touch the App and see how it works and flows. So, we build a prototype that gets the app concept into your hands as quickly as possible to see how it works for the most common use case. This helps us to see if we are taking things in the right direction.
The user experience (UX) designer architects the interaction between design elements, while the user interface (UI) designer builds the look and feel of the app. This is a multistep process with its many review stages. What we get are blueprints and visual direction, informing our engineers of the envisioned final product and about how interaction should move, feel and flow. We create multiple variations of a screen by playing around with the layout of navigation, buttons and other visual elements. The more the product varies, the higher the chances of the UX being original.
The development phase generally starts quite early on. In fact, once an idea gains some maturation in the conceptual stage, a working prototype is developed which validates functionality, assumptions, and helps to give an understanding of the scope of work. If it’s a complex project where user requirements change regularly, we use the agile methodology. It helps with flexible planning, progressive development, early deployment and constant improvements.
In mobile app development, it’s a good idea to test early and often. Application testing is vast, We test for usability, compatibility, security, interface checks, stress, and performance. In user acceptance testing we discover whether your mobile app works for your intended users or not. Once the application passes the user acceptance test, we know the solution “works.” And further, make the application available for a beta trial. The feedback we receive from beta users will help us find out whether the app’s functions are operating well in a real-world situation.
the policies of launching an application are different. And keep in mind, this is not the end. App development doesn’t end at launch. As your application gets in the hands of users, feedback will pour in, and you will need to incorporate that feedback into future versions of the app. Every app will need updates and new features. Typically, as soon as the first version of the app is released, the development cycle begins anew.