If you’re looking for mobile app solutions for iPhone, Android or a Windows Phone, you’ve come to the right place. Our experienced and enthusiastic developers can help you become your ideas into a feature-rich, scalable mobile apps that are robust, stable and secure and have a great user experience. Our team has extensive experience in both native and cross platform. We have developed mobile apps for different clients and companies.
Our unrivalled domain experience along with expertise on various mobile technologies, inspires us to create world class Mobile applications for your business.
HCS designs and develops high-quality iPhone and iPad applications for some of the world’s greatest companies., Our iPhone Applications developers are highly qualified and have good portfolio to develop some awesome iPhone and iPad Apps and games.
Android app development is one of our core competencies, making up almost half of our projects. HCS native Android app developers leverage our iterative, agile process that ensures you receive a quality Android app every week.
Empathy: Strategy, collecting information about the problem, clarify business requirements
Define: Research, redefine and focusing your question based on your insights from the empathy stage, task analysis, use cases, scenarios, customer research, user research, market research
Ideate: Analysis, brainstorming and coming up with creative solutions, content strategy and IA (Information architecture), competitive analysis, branding analysis, site mapping
Prototype: This is a start of your design phase of a UX project and is collaborative and iterative. Sketch or story-boarding, wire-frames or low-fidelity blueprints, define patterns, page layouts, prototype building a representation of one or more of your ideas to show to others
Test: Returning to your original user group and testing your ideas for feedback. A/B testing, usability, approvals
Visual design: Hi-fidelity design (pixel-perfect prototype), look and feel of the interface
Develop: code, QA testing, implementation, accessibility, structural SEO, analytic setup
Launch, migrate live to domain, announcements, promotion, additional maintenance, admin training
Review, customer comments, use analysis, anticipate future customization, evaluate growth metrics, uphold best practices, maintenance schedule, web analytic, implementation process, monitoring and support
These phases of the UX process often have considerable overlap—there’s a lot of back-and-forth. This Process is very iterative, it may be necessary to revisit some of the research undertaken, get additional user feedback, or try out new ideas. It turns out that regular user feedback is at the heart of all of these approaches to product development. Beta releases and outcomes from each iteration can be evaluated and priorities adjusted accordingly.