All mobile applications share one commonality: they typically use visual design to interact with the user. UX/UI design is arguably…
We can talk about Rootstrap all day long, but sometimes it’s better to actually see what it looks like in action. Here’s a quick peak at a recent brainstorming session with the team as well as Rootstrap HQ.
You have an idea for a mobile app but no one to build it. There are two ways to go when hiring a mobile app developer. You can go the freelance route or you can go the agency route. This isn’t a pros and cons article, though, because if you’re serious about getting your app made, a freelancer isn’t going to get the job done.
Nearly every Product Owner is different, for better or for worse. But there’s one type that tends be a bigger pain in the ass than others. This is the paranoid PO, the one that is convinced that everyone is out to get them, the one that thinks every wants to steal their idea. These are the ones that carry around non-disclosure agreements like a proud father carrying pictures of his kids. But as product strategists we’re here to say that NDAs aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on.
We could talk about Rootstrap all day. In fact, that’s a big part of what this blog is all about, educating Product Owners on how Rootstrap can help identify your product through an intensive two-week workshop that includes weaving together information architecture, lean user interface experience, branding, and visual design into one cohesive plan for execution.
What makes a great startup team? Not just a startup team that gets the job done, one of those teams that churns and burns apps. What makes a startup team that won’t stop until your app is perfect, until you app is ready to take the market by storm?
Not considering your users when developing your app is absolute failure before launch. With app development, success is directly correlated to the marketplace. It might seem obvious, but you’d be surprised how many Product Owners only have their own interest in mind and forget they’re developing something for others besides themselves. They choose ego over hard facts, research, and numbers. Don’t do that.
It’s understandable to have the notion that a bigger team could get a project done faster. More hands means more work and more work means more gets done, right? Well, that’s not the case when it comes to product development. Efficiency in product development comes from small, independent teams.
Well before you start looking into an online app builder or running off to a development shop to have them fast-track your idea, you need to take a good hard look at what you’re getting into. There is a huge demand for apps, and an app that’s custom built for your customers can really help boost your brand and bring in revenue.