Step 7: Get Building
With the groundwork in place, you can begin to put the pieces together to creating your app. First of all, your developer will put up your databases, APIs, and servers. If you are using a good DIY app builder, this will be completed for you. Do not forget to take into account the feedback you got from your testers. These are the folks that you want using and talking to others about your app. Adjust the app’s functionality to show any changes you make based on your 1st stage of testing.
At this time, it’s the point in which you sign up for the stores. You need to get an account with Google Play and Apple so that you can get your app out on the market. It could take a couple of days to go through the procedure, so don’t procrastinate this step.
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Step 8: Create the Look
Now it’s time to hire the designers to create your user interface (UI). The user interface is a really vital part of your app since folks are drawn to how things look and how simple they are to use. Through the design stage, you need to keep the feedback you get from your testers in mind. You need to ensure the navigation and design show the feedback you got.
If you’ve employ a graphic designer for your app, you will need to have high resolution skins or good-looking screens centered on your wireframe for your app.
If you are hiring a WYSIWYG editor, you need to choose your template and layout for your screens yourself. Let it be said again, keep that testing feedback in mind when creating the look of your app. You are creating for users, not for yourself.