Every mobile developer out there is worried about the business model that will follow. Creating a cool app is only the first step in creating a successful application that can be monetized. Mobile developers are looking for more revenue without compromising the user’s experience and the quality of their app and as a result this tradeoff makes choosing the appropriate app monetization model for an app a painful experience.
When deciding what kind of software is the most suited for running your company, think about what’s the best for its operational needs: Is there something on the market that can do the job, or would you be better off having a custom software?
Responsive web designs allow websites to stretch across multiple platforms: computers, smartphones, and the increasingly common tablet. With responsive web designs, websites will look great no matter the size of screen it’s shown on. As the screen (or window) size gets smaller, the elements on the page miniaturize, some elements disappear, and the site becomes streamlined. Here are some of the main features of responsive web designs.
You have a great idea that solves a real pain point for enterprises. Woohoo! You actually built a minimal viable product that people are interested in. Aye Caramba! You got a major enterprise to test your product in a paid proof of concept. Check and mate, right? You’re the next billion-dollar IPO, no?
You have probably been hearing a lot about responsive web development lately, since it has become increasingly popular. If your current website is not responsive, you might be wondering if you are missing out on mobile customers as a result. On the other hand, maybe you have been considering the addition of a native mobile app for years now. If you’re not sure what the right move for your business is, check out some ways to make this decision.
The art of design has a long tradition. History is filled with wonderful examples. But we are in a new age, where design, and especially educational design, is not only about space and graphics and looks. It is about the learning experience. It is this aspect of design for mobile education apps that is most crucial – not only the “look,” but also the “feel.”
As web developers, we have numerous tools at our disposal to build a platform. Drupal is one such tool that we keep returning to, due to its flexibility, great community support and quick deployment. In the past year alone, Ashe Avenue has launched Drupal sites for everything from high volume magazines to grassroots music organizations, all with very aggressive launch schedules.