Do Anything You Want To Do.
I don’t suppose most digital natives or Gen Zs will think ‘Thin Lizzy’ when they hear the words ‘do anything you want to do’. What was once the domain of the genuine tech wizard is now commonplace. On the one hand that’s amazing. On the other it brings with it the temptation to stuff your app full of all sorts of functionality that won’t necessarily add value.
Top Five Things To Think About Before You Build An App
Like most app developers, we’ve had our fair share of people through the doors with the next big idea for an app that’s going to change the world. Sadly, most won’t, although that’s often down to the other aspects of the business or processes that haven’t been sufficiently thought through.
What Happens Next.
You have a vision. You’re going to build an app that will change the world. (Or at least, make a difference for the people who are fortunate enough to use it.). A wise man once said, ‘vision without action is hallucination. You could google app developers, get in touch with a few and ask
If you’re shocked by how much your app might cost, then it’s possible that you’re approaching the project from the wrong perspective. Firstly, take some time to consider what you’re looking to achieve. If it’s about improving processes, how much will the efficiencies save you in other areas? Or how much more time will your people have to add value in other ways?
What You Need To Know About A MVP App
An MVP is based on the concept of lean start-up coined by Steve Blank. An MVP has just enough features to capture the attention of potential audiences, to test assumptions of a product and gather feedback before launching into expensive and time-consuming features that may have to be changed as they did not meet the needs or wants of the target market.