Posts Tagged ‘application development’

Applits Allows Socially Driven App Creation

Applits Allows Socially Driven App Creation
Developing an app takes a lot of time and money, not to mention some highly technical expertise. But if you’ve ever had a great idea for an app, the Applits platform might be able to help you turn it into a reality. Developed by two Ohio State students, the site promotes socially driven app creation,...
April 23rd, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

What Drives Application Scope Change and How Does it Impact Your Project?

What Drives Application Scope Change and How Does it Impact Your Project?
In an ideal world, once an application’s scope and requirements have been defined, and you have moved into wireframing, prototyping and building, no changes will be made to the requirements or scope. Notice that we said ideal. In reality, this rarely, if ever, is the case. The fact is, some amount...
March 12th, 2014 | Your Digital Business | Read More

OSU Freshman Builds Software Company Developing Apps for Autistic Children

OSU Freshman Builds Software Company Developing Apps for Autistic Children
Not a lot of 18-year-olds can say they are CEO of their own company. But one OSU Freshman has been creating apps as leader of Pufferfish Software since she was 15. In three years Megan Holstein has developed and expanded the company’s offerings to five apps aimed at helping autistic children. “All...
January 3rd, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

Truly Owning & Managing An Application Are Keys To Success

Truly Owning & Managing An Application Are Keys To Success
Own Your Application You shouldn’t create an application if you aren’t prepared to own and manage it. I know that’s kind of harsh. But it’s true. Whether it is your site, a mobile app, an operational application, or any other type of application, you need to own it and manage it like the application...
December 11th, 2013 | Your Digital Business | Read More

Why Less Is More When Creating an Application

Why Less Is More When Creating an Application
Resist The Desire To Pile On Functionality It’s human nature to want an application to have as much functionality as possible at launch. You want it to be great. You want users to love it. The more the better, right? In most cases, no. Version 1 of your application should do as little as possible to...
November 13th, 2013 | Your Digital Business | Read More

Understanding Application Development Proposals

Understanding Application Development Proposals
How do application development firms really come up with their estimates? You are likely going to get a couple of proposals to develop your application. We recently started a web application with a client that received three proposals during their search for a development company. The proposals they...
August 14th, 2013 | Your Digital Business | Read More