This morning I attended a presentation at our local Apple Store, and heard something brilliant. I would attribute it to the speaker, but he claims to have stolen it from a major newspaper publication. Regardless, it was this:
If you’re just replacing paper and pencil with an app, you’re not accomplishing anything.
The point of “going mobile” is to improve your efficiency and bottom line, not just move to a more contemporary technology. Last month we gave you five compelling reasons you must develop a mobile strategy, and today I want to provide you a framework to begin that process.Download the Mobile App Development Checklist
Logic’s Mobile App Development Checklist will help you start thinking about the critical questions developers will ask you when you seek their services, such as:
- What will your app do?
- Are there different types of users?
- Which devices should run your app?
- How should the app be distributed?
- Are there any security concerns involved?
You may not know the answers to all 17 questions, and that’s ok. At least you’ll know on what you need advice, and that’s half the battle.