Mobile Strategy & Design
There are multiple opportunities to create a competitive advantage on the mobile front, all you need is a smart mobile strategy. Here are a few possibilities. Responsive Design Applications: A popular trend in mobile development is to use a web browser to build experiences. This approach is fine only if you don’t need access to a users local content, such as their camera, flashlight or contact list. Device specific experiences: These are applications written in the native programming language for a specific mobile device and operation system. You’re able to access user’s local content, and they arguably deliver the best performance.
Hybrid Application: This strategy blends the use of native programming language and Web apps. Applications are written in Web languages (HTML5, CSS and JS) and then packaged through programs such as Adobe PhoneGap. It saves cost with code reuse. However, not all needed app functionality is always available. Combinated Strategy: The fun and yet challenging aspect of mobile development is that you can mix and max these established strategies based on the project needs. For example, you can develop native apps to deliver specific business functionality with certain devices, and then use responsive web apps for majority of devices to help sites adapt for device alignments (vertical and horizontal) and multiple screen sizes. Lets help develop your mobile strategy.
Top Global Companies Capitalizing on the Mobile Revolution
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Mobile Application Development
Mobile application development presents unique challenges considering the vast variety of operating systems, device types, screen sizes, and device features and functionality. Focusteck compliments strong expertise in mainstream mobile frameworks with value-driven agile delivery processes to help execute a mobile strategy. Speak to our mobility consultants to devise a delivery plan.
- Mainstream Mobile Platforms: iOS, Android, Windows Phone
- Tablet technologies: Windows 8/8.1, iOS, Android
- Agile methodologies. Learn more about our iterative methodologies.
- Mobile and Web technologies: View the complete list of technology frameworks we use to deliver emerging user experiences.