I can’t believe that Summer 2011 is coming to a close already! The kids are going back to school and football is just around the corner. This is also the time of year many people realize they need to get their website or mobile application project going so that it’s completed by the New Year.
Just keep in mind that to get a quality product most website and mobile application projects can take a minimum of 1.5 months if they are simple and up to 4 months on average if they are more complex. This is taking into account time for wire-frames, architecture, design, programming, testing, client feedback throughout the process and break testing.
Not to mention the submission process if it’s an iOS project. We are tracking about a 6 – 8 day approval process for the iTunes store. Everyone get’s busy this time of year, so please try to think ahead and make sure you're allowing enough time to properly turn your idea into an online reality.
As always, I'm available at 410.982.6698 to discuss any projects you might have coming up.
Have a great Labor Day Weekend!
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