Whether you work for a large company and have some thoughts on how to improve an existing process, or you’ve been working on something brand new, testing it out is important to make sure your target audience is buying what you're selling. These 3 types of design can speed up that process and help you move towards your vision even faster.
When you hear the word “application” or “app”, it probably conjures up images of the programs and games we have on our smartphones. Apps are for more than just phones though, and today we’re going to break down just what the heck apps are and take a closer look at the different types of apps we use every day.
After experiencing the same frustration over and over, inspiration strikes and you’re convinced you’ve come up with the next Uber or SpaceX. You think this idea could be big and you can’t wait to get started.
But of course the question remains - is your idea actually viable and do customers want what you’re selling?
In product development, MVP refers to Minimum Viable Product and was popularized by the book The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. More than a literal definition though, MVP is a way of thinking. It’s a mindset of minimizing risk to chase a more probable reward – a methodology to ensure your resources are spent on the right priorities.
It's OK to write a year in review post in March right?
I suppose if we're going to do that, then we should also talk about what this year is going to bring for us. Maybe we should start by answering the burning question; Why are you writing a blog post to begin with?
Learn all about about how we helped Brewd – an application focused on brewery management – strategize, design and develop a platform created specifically for craft breweries.
Read about how we collaborated with Men’s Style Lab to help them build their online presence and backend application included inventory and subscription management from the ground up.
We worked with Meltwater – a media intelligence SaaS company – to build a functional demo that could be incorporated into their existing software platform and to guide future development efforts.
In Xcode 5 and prior you often find yourself with folders full of iOS projects with names such as Test, Testing, TestCollection and so on. Xcode 6 adds a new project type that should help alleviate this issue.
Apart of the WWC Development Series.