One of the most important steps before starting to develop your iOS app idea is clearly the discovery phase. Together with you we gather as much information as possible about your app idea and then write down all the goals of the app as the first step in the development process. This approach helps us and you to identify objectives…
Bring your app into life – in this stage, we refine the app idea. A spec document and a technical specification document is worked on as the first step of the concept phase. It would also give you an idea to lay out the requirements of the app idea if the app would need server-side support and integration.
Wireframes serves the purpose of outlining the user experience (UX). From listing the user’s options and building an information architecture to the blueprint to deciding which parts of the site wants to be filled with content and which part of it. A good wireframe is always built on UX but UI design. We engage our team of designers at this stage to help you plan the flow for your app.
In Design phase, we want to work on creating attractive visual design, appealing UI, and intriguing UX. Our team of designers will create the look and feel of each screen of your app, along with all the graphics, icons and custom animations. So the designer wants to be creative design prototypes for the development team. All graphics will be imported into the development phase, as developers may come back with questions or ideas that may need immediate addressing.
This is considered as one of the most complex phases of iOS mobile app development. The designers and the developers would be tied down in a loop of iteration, and constant feedback. Both the front-end interface and the back-end server support software are interdependent on each other and this process usually involves a couple of iterations.
We understand that Apple’s submission and approval process on App Store is a lot more difficult than Google’s, so this phase is important to say the least. In this phase our team of testers will try every screen of the app on different devices like iPhone, iWatch, iPad, iTouch. Aspects like battery life, screen resolution, processors, and memory along with many more are dealt with before Go live.
If you are passionate about your work, thrive as part of a close-knit friendly team, and are up for a creative digital challenge - we would like to hear from you! email@example.com