Do you have a great idea for a mobile or website application but need buy-in from investors or upper management? How do you take an intangible idea and develop it enough to excite, entice and most importantly get the idea funded?
The answer may be to conduct a Proof of Concept engagement. Every mobile or website application needs a solid specifications document to work from, plus the wire-frames and screen shot designs to get your idea some traction.
In this month’s newsletter we will go into detail on how a Proof of Concept can accelerate your idea into a working reality much faster and with much less risk than engaging in the entire project to begin with.
As always, i'm available at 410.982.6698 to discuss with you how to set these up.
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We have been doing a lot of work lately with clients wishing to fully vet out their ideas before moving forward with full development. By working together to develop a proof of concept, you will have:
- A Scope of Work Document - outlining your full project, you can show this to investors, customers, or partners to gain support
- Full Wireframe Architecture - Whether a website or mobile app, wireframes will give you a feel for how your project will look and flow from start to finish
- Comp Designs - Gain a feel for what the final product will look like. While not functional, Comp Designs start bringing your concept to life
What are the benefits of developing a Proof of Concept
Earlier this month Apple released iOS 5 for developers to begin working with for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch applications. So far the developers here have had a positive reaction to the new iOS with a lot of great features and add-ons. Unfortunately due to NDAs with Apple, we’re not at liberty to share many of the new features, however this is what we can share as of today.
- Notification Center
Read more about the above new features and others that are going to be available in iOS 5
So Apple releases iOS 5 in the fall, Drupal also released version 7 back in January. One of our web developers, Colin Foley, takes a look at the two versions to help determine which of the two you should install for your website. Also, if you already have Drupal 6 installed, when you should start looking at upgrading to the next version.
Drupal 6 Vs Drupal 7