The thinking process of a mobile app pushes the boundaries of usability and ergonomics.
People are increasingly choosing mobile gadgets rather than desktop/laptop. Whether you want more flexibility for your employees, or you want to reach your customers through mobile apps, you need mobile development. Mobile terminals are coming in different shapes and operating systems. That shouldn’t impair the users experience whether they’re on Android, iOS or Symbian. A mobile app should take full advantage of all the features a smartphone or tablet has: touch, camera, sound, accelerometer or tilt. This is why creating a mobile app pushes the boundaries of usability and ergonomics. Our Research & Development department keeps an eye on what’s new, so the programmers don’t miss any information and stay up-to-date. Experience isn’t really a quality worth mentioning here, because the mobile technologies are changing even faster that project deadlines. The continuous training and flexibility of the team ensures every project’s success. [hr] [list_posts category=”15″ image=”yes” style=”grid3″ display=”excerpt” ]