Over the next few weeks, Q Manning, CEO of our client Rocksauce Studios will be covering the steps to getting started with diving into the app business.
In his last article, he detailed the steps in trying to decide what sort of app you were looking to make. Once you’ve decided on an idea to move forward with, you’re ready to start deciphering the data you’ve compiled on the existing competition and choosing what to do with your own app.
This is the second post in the series. His first post is here.
Apps are quickly becoming a ubiquitous part of life. From the phone in your pocket to the television hanging on your wall, apps have penetrated technology and they aren’t going anywhere. Smart technology doesn’t work without clever software to make it useful.
But where do you start? Do you need to wait until you have an idea that’s never been done before? Or do you toss your hat into the ring with an already existing concept, making a clone in hopes to snatch away market share? Do you need to take the time to learn coding or should you search out a firm to help bring your idea into reality?
Over the next few weeks, Q Manning, CEO of our client Rocksauce Studios will be covering the steps to getting started with diving into the app business. His first post is here.