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Experiences so far - Cutehacks at AppAcademy 2013
 

Experiences so far - Cutehacks at AppAcademy 2013

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A short (15 min) presentation on our (http://cutehacks.com/) best practices when developing mobile apps. ...

A short (15 min) presentation on our (http://cutehacks.com/) best practices when developing mobile apps.

First presented at AppAcademy October 2013 (http://appacademy.no/). Other speakers were http://www.toppstudio.com/, http://shortcut.no/, http://brewinapps.com/ and http://agens.no/.

One interesting note: Everyone advised to use the different platforms native APIs when creating apps, if you could afford it.

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    Experiences so far - Cutehacks at AppAcademy 2013 Experiences so far - Cutehacks at AppAcademy 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • Experiences so far Three years of hacking October 2013
    • We develop for iOS WP Android
    • We develop in skewed parallel iOS app v1.0 iOS app v2.0 Android app v1.0 ...time... Android ...
    • Recommended starting platform Norway: iOS Rest of the world: Android
    • Recommended frameworks For the highest quality: Native To reach many on a budget: Cross-platform
    • ● GPS ● Accelerometer ● ~200MB offline files ● Databases ● OpenGL ES ● Network changes ● Push notifications
    • Mobile design tips 1. Keep it clean and simple stupid (KICASS) 2. Design for the thumb 3. Iterate
    • Usertesting 1. Pen and paper 2. http://www.usertesting.com/ 3. Testlabs 4. Use analytics
    • Phases in an app project Ide Mockup Design Server App Test Publish
    • Estimation techniques 1. Count number of unique screens 2. Count needed server endpoints
    • Some important experiences 1. Include analytics and logging from v1.0 2. Getting a 4.5+ rating takes a lot of work 3. Don’t force the user out of your app
    • Current challenges developing apps 1. Multiple platforms 2. Seamless offline
    • The app-hype might be over, but the industry is growing.
    • Thanks for listening! http://cutehacks.com @snowpong