All mobile applications share one commonality: they typically use visual design to interact with the user. UX/UI design is arguably…
When working lean and using agile principals to guide our approach to software development, your MVP is the goal. It’s…
The first step, the backbone of Arbor, is user stories. We’ve gone in-depth on what user stories are in a previous Rootstrap post “What, Who & Why Of User Stories.” That’s a good place to get the nuts and bolts of how user stories work and the simple template for getting them on paper:
The field of mobile app development is rapidly growing. More and more people are obtaining the skills to build next-gen…
The full stack developer is actually somewhat of a myth, an iOS engineer or Android engineer masquerading as a one-stop shop of infinite knowledge and skill. Do those engineers know every software language, every platform, every faucet of interface design? Not likely.
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.
Is your app ready to be unleashed on the world? Are you sure? Just a few minor bugs can kill an app before it’s even had a chance to crawl. That’s what makes a comprehensive analysis of your app source code so important. It can sniff out bugs, any security breaches, or any programming violations. This risk reduction is vital to an app’s successful launch.
You have an idea for a new mobile app. Now maybe you don’t know how to build it, but you know how you’d like for it to look, work, etc. You’re an idea guy or girl. You’re a dreamer – we like those. As a dreamer, you’ve probably fantasized about the launch of your app, the big reveal, that monumental moment that it’s placed in the hands of users and everything changes. That launch, however, will probably look different than you expect… and it should because you should be considering your mobile app MVP.
We’re in the business of cutting edge tech, but it’s your ideas we’re interested in. Maybe you’ve got an idea for a product or app that utilizes vibrations instead of traditional bells and whistles. So in the worst pun of the day, haptics are the latest buzz. We can help you make it a reality.
Let’s talk best case scenario for your new product. You’ve gone through an intensive storycarding session, you’ve planned your product thoroughly, you’ve done the market research, and best of all you’ve had your product built. Now you launch, and lo and behold your product is a hit. This is great, right? Well, if you didn’t plan for success it could actually be a major disaster.