Posts Tagged ‘mobile applications’

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

What are Application Wireframes?

What are Application Wireframes?
What wireframes are. Wireframes represent the transition point between planning for your application, and actually building it. Essentially, the wireframes are like a grayscale blueprint of the functional and design components to be included in the application. They leverage the application requirements...
February 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

Strategic Website Planning: Part 2

Strategic Website Planning: Part 2
Last Month, in Strategic Website Planning: Part 1, we covered the first two steps in our Strategic Website Planning process for Marketing & E-commerce websites. This month, we will continue with two more steps, followed by some modifications for Web and Mobile Applications. 3. Competitor Analysis There...
October 30th, 2013 | Interactive Strategies | Read More

Building vs. Buying an Application

Building vs. Buying an Application
The software build vs. buy question has been around since the first lines of code were written and software applications were packaged up for purchase. Although the decision whether to build or buy an application can be daunting and complicated, it doesn’t have to be. Narrowing the decision down to...
October 9th, 2013 | Your Digital Business | Read More

Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic at OSU Helps Startups With Legal Tasks

Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic at OSU Helps Startups With Legal Tasks
Many startups know one thing well – their idea and why they want to start a business. What they don’t always know  is the legal process and details it takes to get there. Ohio State’s Moritz College of Law is now accepting applications for their Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic....
August 12th, 2013 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Foodsponder uses location automation technology to help users find food trucks

Foodsponder uses location automation technology to help users find food trucks
After spending an hour driving around Columbus one evening looking for a particular food truck, Ryan McManus was annoyed and inspired. As anyone who frequents them knows, food trucks can be hard to find. And oftentimes once you do find them, they aren’t where they said they’d be in a tweet...
May 2nd, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More

eProximiti creates in-demand mobile apps

eProximiti creates in-demand mobile apps
The city of Columbus last month launched a free mobile application called MyColumbus, which allows users to interact with the 311 Service Center, the GreenSpot program, the Get Active Columbus website, and the My Neighborhood location tool. The app’s creator, mobile software development firm eProximiti,...
August 17th, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More