If you want to deliver quality mobile applications that are first-to-market, only best practices in business and engineering will do. Delivering a great user experience in a mobile application, be it a game or data analysis program, starts with well defined requirements and a complete application vision.
As a student with only a year of college programming under my belt, the thought of working at a cutting-edge mobile application company made me apprehensive at best.
As in the saga of my kids’ lemonade stand, Mobile Application development is the sum of its parts. It must be the result of a clear understanding and definition of the Mobile Application Product. What is the value that the user will be purchasing? The User must be clearly understood demographically and with regard to […]
I have a GPS in my car, and it’s a great device. I use it when I am going somewhere unfamiliar, or need help finding my way home. It warns me when turns are coming, and tells me when to turn. I can even pick the voice it uses. But I use Google Maps on […]
Enterprise 2.0 comes to Boston, June 21-23. Come see Apperian at the Mobile Enterprise session “Got Strategy? How to Capitalize on the Mobile Revolution” in room 309.Companies know they need mobile strategies but where should they begin? Mobile can change how your business operates and create strategic advantage but firm’s need a strategy to capitalize […]
I hardly had a chance to catch my breath coming back from Apple’s WWDC before the B’s took it away again by winning the Cup for the first time since I was 2 years old. WWDC 2011 was Apperian’s third and by all accounts most successful conference in our companies brief history. The one thing […]
Apperian was named the winner in the MITX (Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange) Best Mobile Solution for 2011. We were up against some stiff competition, and we are thrilled to be part of one of the winners in New England! Check out the complete list of MITX winners.
In previos blog entry we have discussed the “Lemonade”, now let’s discuss who is going to “drink” it. Who is the user? When my kids open their lemonade stand, they know exactly who their consumers are. Since pretty much everyone in our neighborhood has kids, we all know we are on the hook for Girl […]
Join App Orchard on Monday, June 13th at 6:30pm, for an evening with some of New York’s (and Boston’s!) leading mobile technologists and experts on iOS in the Enterprise. Chuck Goldman will share his report from WWDC. The panel will explore topics ranging from WWDC’s Enterprise-specific announcements to common best practices and notes from the […]