A strong mobile strategy relates business goals with how your product engages with your end users.
Research-driven persona, information architecture, user journey, experience mapping and wireframing.
It's important to have a well thought-out development plan across all platforms that can sustain in the long term.
Test assumptions, validate your product idea, learn if your app idea is compelling and what customers really want?
Leveraging the Agile process and Scrum methodologies to successfully design, build and deploy your mobile product.
Understand the needs and motivations of your users and design an experience to make the users life easier.
Java Programming / Android SDK
Eclipse / Unity IDE / Google Apps
Android Mobile UI/UX
Custom Web Services
APIs and Google Play Submission
IOS Software Development Kit
IOS Mobile UI and UX
Cocoa Touch / Objective C / Xcode IDE
XML Parsing / WebKit Programming
GPS & Custom Web Services
APIs / iTunes Submission
PhoneGap / Cordova
HTML5 Mobile UI and UX
jQuery Mobile and Titanium
Custom Web Services and APIs
HTML5 Animations and Transitions
Today most lean start-ups describe MVP as a Minimum Viable Product and use that as a starting point for building successful software products. By focusing on an integral set of key features and core functionality for product development, start-ups can quickly and costeffectively establish a definitive core to form the basis out of which the rest of the product can evolve. If they can't get this right, they risk ending up with a product that customers do not want and/or offering a horrible user experience.
MobiStartUp agrees with the basic premise, however, it defines MVP in terms of Maximum Value Product which seeks to focus on customer and market acceptance. MobiStartUp emphasizes the importance of capturing customer value with any MVP. It's critical to get the product right, making sure you have a problem worth solving that creates maximum value. From our perspective, first impressions matter allot.