During software development, there is less room for errors, so this part is critical to the success of a mobile project. However, with a marketing strategy, there are more opportunities to test solutions. Increasing the number of users of a mobile application will not only help with the success of the app but also guide app developers and designers to improve it once data is collected and analyzed. Read more
Given the prevalence, if not inevitability, of cyberattacks, companies need to create a strategy to address prevention as much as response. Adopting new technologies also comes with accountability as building a safe system requires the protection of the users’ and company’s information privacy. There are different ways an attacker might try to cause harm. This blog post is focused on discussing how to prevent cyber attacks from happening with simple practices that, even though are well-known, there are still accountability gaps that must be addressed when getting a mobile app developed. Read more
If you have to hire someone to work for you, either you don’t know how to do the person’s job or you don’t have time for that. So why would you try to micromanage someone if you don’t have the knowledge or the time to make it happen?
When talking about software development companies the question gets even funnier: Are you gonna teach your developer how to code or are you gonna spend your precious time checking if the developer is using spaces or tabs for code indentation? Read more
If you are wondering if you should get a mobile app built for your small business, it is essential to understand why your company would benefit from having an app and how it can be a great tool to establish a strong mobile presence that will result in far better engagement for your investment. According to a study conducted by Clutch, one of the most respected data-driven field guides for B2B buying and hiring decisions, 42% of small businesses currently have a mobile app, and 30% plan to build one in the future. If you are not among them, here are 5 reasons why you should definitely be: Read more
I want to start this article off by thanking Edmonton for its support when it comes to receiving us as an app developer. Your kindness and support has been fantastic! and we couldn’t be more humbled by the response. Now… on to the topic at hand. When it comes to Edmonton App Development, it’s important you understand the differences between UI and UX, not sure what those mean? Check it out:
Anyone can make an app. It’s true. Anyone can either make an app themselves, or hire someone to do it for them, which means app software is never out of reach of anyone. However just because anyone CAN make an app, doesn’t mean everyone SHOULD make an app. There are so many apps on the app store that are simply garbage, and that’s because the makers of the app did not understand basic factors of success when designing and creating an app. Check out the humble opinion of an Edmonton App Developer below:
So your app is finished and now you’re ready to push it to the app stores. A little known fact is that similar to websites, there is an optimization process that you can use to give your app an edge over the competition. Check out an Edmonton App Developers tips on app store optimization and how you can improve the ranking and presence of your app.
Hopefully this never happens to you, but the fact of the matter is, it happens. For a variety of reasons you may need to make the switch to a different Edmonton app developer and there can be a variety of reasons for that. Here are a few quick tips to keep in mind to make the transition as seamless as possible.