The hard work behind simple apps
Apps have fueled disruption, creating and transforming industries. In the process, they’ve made complex organizational problems – like curating vast amounts of content, or providing transportation on demand – seem effortless.
But in reality, behind every “simple” app is robust technology architecture and immaculate code, engineered to deliver a seamless experience.
Whether you’re looking to create amazing user experiences, streamline operations, or get an edge over competitors, Group Medianet offers the mobile app development expertise to help you get there. Leveraging our technical talents and strategic insights, we deliver rich experiences that spur brand growth.
Selecting an app development agency
Creating an app is a major step for even the biggest business. Before you settle on a partner to help you do so, here are some things to look for:
Open dialogue. There are some things only an app can do. But responsive website design has come a long way and covers many mobile use cases. Before starting on an app, your agency should be giving an honest assessment of whether you really need one.
Agile approach. Agile matters for two reasons. First, consumers expect apps to be regularly updated and improved. Second, if you build every feature and permutation at once, chances are you’ll be late to market.
Experienced project management. An app build is a management challenge as well as a technical effort. Your agency needs the experience and the process to keep the project moving efficiently
Assessing the app’s technical requirements
Preparing for success
Front- and Back-End Coding
Building a digital product
We prefer to work in Agile sprints (Scrum methodology) to get to an MVP – a Minimum Viable Product that includes the core features your audience will use and love.
This phase is led by a technical Project Manager, who works in collaboration with the Account Director dedicated to your keeping your project running smoothly and on budget.
QA + Launch
Squashing any last bugs
Maintenance, Iteration + Marketing
Evolving and promoting the MVP