As an entrepreneur, choosing a reliable software development house that meets the goals of your startup might not be an easy task. What matters is an experienced software development team that can provide both web and mobile development services. When choosing a team, take into consideration the efficiency of the software they have implemented and the pricing of their services.
When you think about an MVP, you should visualize something very simple. Something you can give to the very first set of users you want to target to verify if the product will deliver any value.
Before you even start building an MVP, Minimum Viable Product, it’s important to do some research and, most importantly, talk to your potential users – it sounds so simple, right?
The mobile application market is expanding at a crazy rate. Mobile app developers are working hard to improve the quality of the solutions to meet the needs of their customers. Hybrid apps are gaining popularity not only because they help developers fulfill the needs of end-users, but also because they help them save a great deal of time while letting them leverage the coding skills they’ve already mastered.
If you’re reading this article, you’re probably curious about the ins and outs of the app development process and your role in it as a Product Owner.
If we just hit the spot, keep on reading to learn:
What the product development process looks like
What’s the role of the Product Owner in the process
What is Scrum and how it helps you
The role of each team member
What are the goals of your team
Is the app development process completely transparent or are there some unanswered questions.
These are questions you should ask just to make sure you know what is going on in the project.
You must be wondering “why an App Development Kick-off is so important?”. In this article we will explain what an App Development Kick-off is and how it can help you and your project. Every app producing business goes through this process, and they are very careful about it.
Mobile and Web App Development Process: Episode 3. Web design, web dev, UX, UI? What is it and which one do I really need?
These days having a business means you must own a website. Except you’re not a web designer, and you might need one. In order to work effectively with any web designer or web developer, you need to understand the basic terms of the tech world and this will be hard to grasp for a newbie.
October 2019 marks the second anniversary of when I stopped working for someone else. Two years since I started following my own vision. Two years since I left my cushy job and decided to build together with the people who think alike.
The fact that it’s already been two years, has also made me stop and look back at myself with nostalgy (I mean it!). My friends know that I work relentlessly and hard. However, the moment I realized how much has changed, and how much I have changed, I started thinking and asking myself about things I never had the time to even think of. So here I am, sharing my story. Perhaps I can inspire some of you.
Developing the best app for mobile devices or web could be a challenging task, especially when you don’t have the background and experience.
When you want to start the process of developing your product, you need to identify the vision you want your product to embody, and if that vision is of value to the target audience.