Mobile App Development

Mobile App Development

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Mobile devices has changed the course of humanity and the way societies organize themselves. Its accessibility, ease of use and low cost of smartphones has lead to global distribution. It is in fact such a wonderful marriage of conditions that even the lowest socio-economic groups in the word has access to these wonderful devices.

This leaves us with a plethora of opportunities and ways businesses can deliver solutions and address the needs of humanities problems – be it for businesses, individuals or groups.

How we as businesses answer to the digital needs of people is by its self a maze and a daunting endeavour for most entrepreneurs and businesses.

Fortunately, we have the answers.

The limit is your imagination

Do you have any ideas for apps that could change the world? Look no further. At Ninety10 we turn ideas into a reality.

We develop apps for both iOS and Android, by using cross development technologies which reduce costs and speeds up the delivery of the application.

The application could be used to improve productivity in the workplace, by simplifying everyday tasks and reducing unnecessary time-consuming activities.

The limit is your imagination

Do you have any ideas for apps that could change the world? Look no further. At Ninety10 we turn ideas into a reality.

Mobile application development is the new way of development since smartphones have evolved exponentially since appearing. We develop apps for both iOS and Android, by using cross development technologies which reduce costs and speeds up the delivery of the application.

The application could be used to improve productivity in the workplace, by simplifying everyday tasks and reducing unnecessary time-consuming activities.

What does Mobile App Development entail?

1. Strategy and Research

First things first. We have to understand the need you want to address and how it should be address. We create an hypothesis and try to disprove it. Everyone likes their own ideas but to reduce risk we have to be honest and answer all the hard questions we sometimes don’t want to deal with, often times depleting our ambition and hope for a new venture. In this phase, we will:   identify the app users,  research the competition, establish the app’s goals and align customers’ needs with business objectives. The strategy refines your focus and vision on what it is you want to create. After we have distilled the idea, we can create the blue print of your app development process.

2. Analysis and Planning

In the strategy and research phase we identified the objectives and viability of the idea and now it starts to take shape. Analysis and planning begin with defining use cases and capturing detailed functional requirements. Once you have identified the requirements for your app, we prepare a product roadmap.  This includes prioritizing the mobile app requirements and grouping them into delivery milestones. If time, resources or costs are a concern, then define your minimum viable product and prioritise this for the initial launch. Part of the planning phase includes identifying the resources needed for your app. IOS and Android mobile platforms need different resources and therefore have different cost of development. Defining your users needs helps you focus your efforts on what would be best for your users and your ROI (Return on Investment).

3. UI / UX Design

The purpose of an app’s design is to deliver seamless, effortless and appealing user experiences. The success of a mobile app depends on how users adopt and benefit from all the apps features. User interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design are the determining factors for how well your product is received and therefore determines its continues use and popularity. Your app needs to be interactive, intuitive and user friendly.

The following section describes the typical mobile application design process:

  • 3.1

    Information Architecture & Workflows

    The first step of your mobile app design process is to determine the data your mobile app will collect, user interactions with the finished product, and the user journeys within the app. Workflow diagrams help identify every possible interaction a user has with the app.

  • 3.2

    Wireframes

    Wireframes are conceptual layouts, also referred to as low-fidelity mockups — they give visual structure to your app’s functional requirements. Wireframes are the basis of identifying the flow and usability of the app’s functional requirements and helps developers understand how the app will be or should be used.

  • 3.3

    Style Guide

    How the app looks and feels is develop by experimenting with visuals and then creating visual guidelines for developers to create a consistency in the app’s appearance – allowing users to learn and use the app through visual cues, improving its adoptability and usability.

  • 3.4

    Mock-ups

    Mock-ups, or high-fidelity designs, are the final renderings of your app’s visual design.  Here, wireframes intersect with your style guide. As your app’s design begins to finalize, expect further modifications to its information architecture, workflow, and aesthetics.

  • 3.5

    Prototype

    Prototypes are highly useful for simulating the user experience and the app’s workflows expected from the finished product. While prototype development can be time-consuming, the efforts are well worth it, as they offer early-stage testing of your app’s design and functionality. Prototypes help identify modifications to the app’s proposed functionality before it is published.

4. Development

This is the phase where the programming of code takes place, ensuring the requirements of the client are fulfilled. We will set goals to be achieved at regular intervals, ensuring that the application is developed according to expectations. We use cross-development technologies that enable us to deliver applications in a short timespan.

5. Software Testing

This is one of the most important phases in developing the software. We will develop a testing plan which will include what type of testing we will be using throughout the process, at which stage of the development lifecycle. This reduces the errors, and ensures the reliability of the software.

6. Deployment

The mobile application will be deployed and available to users after the final testing has taken place, and the clients are satisfied.  The application would then be available to the people that the application targets. Deployment is the final phase of the development process.

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