First, we start by getting to know you and/or your company. We’ll help guide you and figure out what you need.
Next, we will perform research into your industry. Are there close competitors? How big of a scale is this mobile app? We will craft a tailored proposal that you will then approve.
That brings us to the execution. This goes hand in hand with presentation because there are so many steps involved in this process. Along the way we’ll need to have a few meetings to make sure that app stays in line with your vision. For example, after wireframing we’ll need to run it by you, then after designing, and again after developing the mobile app.
Of course we want your feedback and to make sure you love what you’re getting. This is your opportunity to look at your new product so we can make refinements. Test the app for yourself, and once you’re happy we will officially hand it over.
We offer ongoing support so that you are completely comfortable with the product you have. We want you to be 100% confident with it.
This depends on the scope of the project. For example, a simple countdown app would take significantly less time than a loyalty program would. This information would be provided in your customized proposal after extensive research is conducted.
Similar to time frame, this depends on the scope of the project. Products that take longer to create and are more complex will ultimately cost more. This information will be provided in the customized proposal you will receive.
A minimum viable product, or MVP, is a version of your product that has the minimum amount of features that would satisfy early adopters. It helps to get product feedback for the least cost. We recommend starting this way and then growing the app features as it becomes more successful and you receive more feedback.
In an ideal case, creating both iOS and Android is the best option. However, with budget constraints, it’s important to understand your target market, and worldwide OS market share. Take note that Android makes up about 87% of the global share, but in North America, it makes up about 50%.
Yes you can! We can help you figure out the best way to monetize for your app. Generally, this happens through subscriptions, in-app purchases, or advertisements.
Of course! We offer digital marketing, which includes social media and search engine ads, along with SEO. And yes, this includes App Store SEO!
We want to hear from you! Contact us for a complimentary consultation & quote.