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Title: The Ultimate Guide to Create a Successful Mobile App in 2020

The Ultimate Guide to Create a Successful Mobile
App in 2020
From business to healthcare, gaming to education,
mobile defines the future of literally
everything. For any of the top Mobile App
Development Company in NYC, it is a strategic
process of identifying, designing, building, and
launching a useful mobile product. However, due
to some preconceived notions of ignorance and
lack of planning, the mobile app has to face many
complications that can destroy their momentum and
end up costing more time and resources. Therefore
, to save yourselves from such failure, it is
required to have a full-proof strategy that needs
you to measure twice and cut once. Building the
Foundation of the Mobile App Most of the serious
and top mobile app development companies in NYC
always mandate a Discovery Stage before
developing a mobile app. Discovery Stage is
pre-development research that is meant to define
the apps objectives and problems and solve them
keeping the expectations of the users in
mind. The main agenda of this stage
is Defining the project from a management
perspective  Requirement and risk
identification Formulating real-time cost
Step 1 Getting an Idea If you wish to make money
out of your mobile app, you need to start with
the idea that it can be profitable in the long
run. Once you are convinced with a good idea,
then it's time to identify the problems you face
and evaluate your idea's legitimacy and
practicality.   Step 2 Positioning the app for
competition The trick is to analyze your
competition and outperform the other apps to
stand out in your chosen category. Iterations can
be time-consuming, expensive, and frustrating.
But this analysis helps you to understand your
unique factors and stand out. Step 3 Identifying
your Target Audience You will need specific
target demographics like location, gender,
hobbies, age, etc. for the identification of your
targeted audience. Different brands of phones
have different specs and limitations that compel
you to consider factors like color saturation,
screen resolution, battery life, and hardware
performance.   Step 4 Monetizing the App The
stage is better described as convincing people to
invest money on your app. You must have a
financial goal and have a plan to hit the target.
Although, it's a pretty tricky task as you have
to think about the viable ways to monetize your
app. There are a few ways that can help to make
money out of your app.
Step 5 Defining Minimum Viable Product  It
establishes the roadmap for the project. MVP is
not the whole thing but a testable product that
helps to collect data at a very early stage.
Based on these data and user feedback, you can
make incremental improvements to the following
reiterations.   Designing User Experience for
Your App Lack of intuitiveness and usability can
fail even the most visually fantastic app to
perform in the store.  Every user wants to know
everything about the app intuitively. The moment
they get stuck, they will move on and try another
app.  Therefore, creating UX, i.e., user
experiences, involves a lot of time for
researching, designing the entire process, and
integrating the product, including branding
aspects, functionality, usability, and design to
avoid failure.    Step 1  Information
Architecture Information Architecture is a
process to list the desired features and make
some rough outlines about the user's journey and
the path they take to perform intended actions.
Also, it would be best if you worked on the
presentation and organization of this
information.   Step 2 Wireframing your app This
schematic representation shows the skeletal
framework of your app that helps you understand
the look and feel of the app. It also explains
the concept to your developmental team as well as
your expectations from scratch. 
Step 3 Clickable prototype Clickable prototypes
help to envision the whole project and convince
the investors to invest in your app. It repeats
the testing process until you get the desired
results and get convinced about the apps
functionality.   Crafting the Aesthetics of your
app UI, i.e., the user interface plays a massive
part in the overall perception of the quality of
your app. However, both UI and UX may overlap in
many aspects they have a completely different
set of functions. UI is responsible for how your
app looks and behaves visually, while UX is all
about improving customer satisfaction.   Step
1 Create Style Guides The common drawback of an
app is to have a different set of elements like 5
different gradients or 10 different buttons. To
avoid this pitfall, a style guide should be
followed that acts as a building block of the
interface.    Step 2 Create Rendered Design In
this straight forward step, you necessarily grab
all the elements from the style guide and throw
them on the wireframes. Don't be afraid to change
features while you are holding on to the up to
date style guide. This is a living document of
the app that can change the app's identity as
Step 3 Develop a Rendered Click-Through
Design This is the part where you need to test a
lot as any changes beyond this stage will be
significantly more costly. So, go back to the
clickable prototype after rendering your entire
screen to test them out. Implement Beta Testing
by involving some potential users to get more
perspective on functionality and appearance.
Keeps it aesthetically pleasing with useful
features and proper functionality.   Design to
Development Handoff It is the most challenging
stage in the app design and development process
as it requires constant communication between
designers and developers from the primary level
of the project. Lack of communication leads to
confusion and risk, which ultimately results in a
poor quality mobile app. A Top mobile app
development company in NYC always keeps this in
mind and tries to make the whole communication
process smooth and constant.  Step 1 Design
files to stay organized The art boards, layers,
and screens should be organized and appropriately
named to define their functions. Also, the naming
should be meaningful using consisting casing.
Similarly, layers should be grouped appropriately
using color codes for groups and layers to hover
states, clock states, and other interactive
Step 2 Share key user goals. To translate the
screens into software logic, you need to share
your goals with the developers. It is better to
make a list of your requirements and listing them
for the developers to use as a reference while
coding.    Step 3 Share prototype with the
developer Share the prototype with the developers
to give them a clear picture of what you want
from them. With that prototype in hand, they can
clearly understand what features to include, the
flow of the screens, transitions, animations, and
everything associated.   Final Words The
designers and the developers will work on
different aspects of a mobile app. However, the
primary goal of their work remains the same.
Therefore, healthy, smooth, and continuous
communications must be there to achieve the
paramount towards developing a successful and
high quality mobile app. Article Resource -
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