Living in a world where new technology is being created every day, a lot of businesses are implementing new tech-savvy concepts for their company. With so many advances in the digital space, business owners are starting to wonder whether or not they should have a mobile app for their company in addition to their website.
With the rise of smartphone ownership and mobile app availability, it’s become common practice to rely on smartphones for internet access. And when you add in Google’s website ranking preferences, it’s no surprise that businesses everywhere are making the move to improve their websites and build mobile apps. But how do you choose which one is right for your business? We sat down with some of our web development and design experts to see what they thought. Keep reading to see what Joe Hixson (JH), Mike Unser (MU), and Jerad Barbot (JB) have to say about choosing between mobile responsive websites and mobile apps:
Mobile application development technology is evolving at a faster pace than ever before. But if your mobile app is confusing or frustrating to users, they’re likely uninstall or abandon it. In a market where app quality and performance always comes before brand loyalty, creating a positive user experience with a high quality design is key to the success of any mobile app development project.
Considering a mobile app as part of your digital strategy? The rise of mobile apps and our collective addiction to having our phones with us at all times make this a very appealing strategy. A mobile app can absolutely be a powerful way to connect with your customers.
Have you ever thought about creating your own mobile app for your business? Before diving in, it’s important to process and test your ideas to make sure they bring back results you want. Prototyping offers a way to gain insight into the functionality of your initial mobile app design, and allows you to make the changes you need to have a successful app.