What are dashboards and how do they relate to business? Aren’t they vehicle interfaces that display speed, mileage, fuel and other parameters at a glance? Dashboards are important tools for business operations. Just like the dashes in cars, business dashes are visual representations of a business’ performance in real time. The business, in this case, is considered as the engine under the hood while the executive dashboard is comparable to the car dash that displays the critical details of the car performance in real time.
Every task that is to be carried out has two essential components for successful completion. First, there is the person/people carrying it out. Then there are the tools which aid the completion of the task. This applies to any task, from the simpler tasks of cooking and doing laundry, to the more complicated ones like plane and train control. App development also requires a set of tools that make it easier to design and develop mobile and web applications for solving specific problems for clients1.
It would be pretty absurd and senseless to start building a house by focusing on the interior design, rather than the blueprints. Generating a blueprint for a building or structure ensures that every other step that comes afterwards is successful because everything depends on this.
In a similar way, wireframes are the building blocks for the design of web and/or mobile applications. Trying to ignore wireframes with the intention of saving time may only lead to the entire project failing.
The UI/UX phase is a critical part of the app and/or web design process. It is a part that brings to life whatever it is that the designer had in your mind when you had the idea in the first place. In this day and age where the UI/UX are becoming more intuitive and creative, it is crucial to get it right at this point to entice potential customers to like the product.
A good number of UI/UX design tools are quite costly,
Mobile applications are playing a crucial role in people’s life. Whether people feel like eating or they are looking for a drive to a hotel or they want to find the best travelling agency, the mobile app has you covered. Even those planning to move to new places have their lives made much easier and convenient. With a simple touch of a button, they have access to crucial information about wherever they want to move to.
Small businesses are joining the bandwagon too.
It’s quite challenging to start a successful on-demand business from the ground up. Although numerous on-demand companies are coming up all over the place, it takes more than just plain luck to make it in this sector. Anyone wishing to venture into this market should remember an important truth: people are increasingly looking for convenience and speed when buying products and services. And they require the same of every company that offers such services.
To succeed in the on-demand economy setup,
There are millions of apps created on the various App stores to serve one purpose or another for the user. A simple search on App Store for any app category yield hundreds, if not thousands of results. A great many developers have dedicated their time and resources towards creating the very best mobile applications on the market. These apps have features that make them attractive to the users: seamless and intuitive integration with various platforms, a great user interface as well as visual appeal.
According to the Pew Internet Fact file on mobile ownership, 77% of Americans possess a smartphone and have the capability to connect to the internet. Various app markets make it possible to download applications from different publishers and allow consumers to access their services by a simple touch of the button. The On-Demand Economy uses this as its principal platform of operation.
The principal tool for on-demand business operations is the app. A company develops an application that is then distributed to potential users.
Saying mobile apps are popular is a vast understatement. There are apps for everything ranging from restaurant reviews and fitness trackers to music notation and social networking. In October 2013, Apple announced that there are over 1 million apps in their App Store. Needless to say, your app will have a lot of competition, so it is important to build sustainable marketing and distribution strategies to make sure your app gets into the right hands and has longevity.
Just because an icon is the size of a thumbnail, doesn’t mean that it can’t carry a powerful punch. No matter the size of the product, marketing is a critical player in creating a successful application. It’s no secret that apps are the future of business. Mobile applications have become an integral part of every big brand, and have doubled in downloads consistently since 2012. Developing a strong brand is crucial in a standout product or app. Below are a few tips for developing a brand for a mobile app to get you noticed.