More and more, clients are turning to us for web-based app
creation. They are waking up to the fact that they can do more than ever with
technology, particularly when it comes to automation and custom programming.
As big as the possibilities are within this realm, though,
you might be wondering how you can narrow them down to solve the specific
challenges you’re facing on a day-to-day basis. So, today we want to give you a
quick guide to creating the web-based app your business needs now. In order to
help you find the perfect concept, we would invite you to answer a handful of
simple questions that can point you in the right direction…
What Do You Want to
Accomplish or Automate?
You can use web apps for ecommerce, scheduling, logistics,
resource management, and so much more. The possibilities are as endless as your
imagination. For the moment, though, think about what it is you would actually
like your website to do. What is the one task or function that would make the
biggest difference in your business or organization?
When you can answer that, you have the basis for a very
profitable web-based app.
Who Will Use Your
App? How Will They Use it?
Getting to a core idea is great, but it’s only a first step.
Next, you have to know who your base of users will be. Does your website need
to be designed for customers, employees, or even associates and volunteers? Is
it some combination of these groups?
Think carefully about who you need your web app to work for,
and how they’ll interact with it. For instance, it’s one thing to build a web
app that functions as a front-facing website (like Amazon), and another to
build a native app that will live on a smart phone or tablet.
How Can You
Streamline the User Interface?
In a best-case scenario, you’ll know your target audience
and purpose so well that the visual and user experience aspects of your web app
will take care of themselves. Still, it’s worth considering what you want your
app to look and feel like.
We live in a digital world where aesthetics are a big deal.
You don’t have to match Apple in terms of your attention to detail for fonts
and colors, but you should strive to create a web app that is as sleek as it is
Is Your App Being
We like all of our clients to remember that testing is a
crucial part of web app development. Otherwise, your programming might not work
the way it’s supposed to, or fail to function on certain devices and operating
systems. In some cases, it could even create performance or online security
Remember, this is all about designing the web app your
business needs. Safety and stability
are important parts of that equation.
When Will You Update
Your Web App?
No website or app is ever really finished. Instead, they
simply get to the point where they can be launched and then improved later.
Keep that in mind and create a schedule for future feedback and additional
You certainly don’t want your web app to become stale over
time, or to stop working with newer forms of other software. That’s why you
should be thinking about future releases before the first version ever goes
Learn More About
Custom Web App Development
Want to learn more about custom web development, and how you
can use small apps to realize huge savings or marketing gains in your business?
Contact the programming team at Kinetik IT today. We’ll help you explore your
ideas while showing you how we’ve become Arizona’s number one web app