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In one of our recent articles, we covered the cost of a mobile application design and development. Fair enough, not all apps cost the same, so with this article, we’ll begin to unfold app types that are popular today and might be interesting business virtues. Finding out how they work and why open ways to contribute to the cultural phenomena that they are and hopefully take your shot at greatness.
As competition in mobility grows and hardware race becomes less of an issue, usability sets the stage for a new demand model. Simplification. A device as hi-tech as an iPhone has to be super easy-to-use, friendly, and accessible as a match box. This means it has to predict your needs, work fast, and be as handy as possible.
Web and mobile application development is a multi-layered process with numerous specialists from different teams involved on various stages. In order to be time-efficient and productive, the development process has to be transparent.
As a follow up to our app design cost study, here we’ll break down the web design cost, what builds it, and what are the best practices to optimize the web design price.
iOS 10 introduced SiriKit, a new framework enabling apps to integrate with Siri. Roughly speaking, your apps can send messages, place calls, send payments, and more. SiriKit helps you create new experiences on iOS and explore design principles for creating a great Siri interaction.
Mobile is the future. And the present. Any doubts? Remember the last time you left home and forgot your phone? I can’t really and if I would catch myself without my phone on me, I’d be terrified. Not enough? Such thing as portable phone power banks exploded on the market, making sure your phone never dies. Some say this has to do with a narcissistic addiction to social media and staying in tune with all the stuff going on around but does it?
Clutch.co is one of the most trusted and reputable source of B2B information and reviews of software and professional services. With the humongous amount of data they get every day, it makes perfect sense that it’s them who can come up with an honest, prolific, and large-scale rating of companies on the market.
Why Use One Field Instead Of Two?
As I was reviewing an application design for one of our clients, I came across the signup form offering two fields for First Name and Last Name. My suggested edit was combining those into one Full Name field as it simplifies the procedure.
Stack Overflow’s annual survey of developers’ favourite technologies, coding habits, and work preferences, as well as the lists of how they learn, share, and level up. This year they reached the highest ever number of responders – 64,000. The original survey article is published here. In this post, we’ll cover some interesting parts of the survey, specific to our industry of web development.