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Effective Ground Rules To Integrate Animations In Apps

By on Dec 7, 2015 in Interesting, Mobile App Devellopment

Victoria Brinsley

Victoria Brinsley

App Developer at Appsted Ltd
Victoria Brinsley is an app developer working with Appsted Ltd, the leading Android app development company which delivers most comprehensive mobile application solutions. She loves sharing latest information on mobile technologies like iOS, Android development processes.
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Animations can do wonders and overhaul the complete UI of an application.   I am a big fan of several animated cartoon series, including Mowgli, Duck Tales, and a lot more. I am sure I’m not the only one; there are numerous fans out there. The technology has incessantly improved in past decades and today, we have various features-rich animations that don’t fail to impress the audience. One great example of awesome animated movies is Avatar; there are many more, though, like Jurassic Park, Terminator 2, etc. The worldwide success of Avatar proves how much people love watching intriguing and fascinating animations.   You can reap the benefits of the latest technology and integrate powerful and impressive animations in your applications to deliver an enhanced UX. Animations can add life to the applications, but they must be used in an optional way. To help you make the best app by embedding animations in it, here are some resourceful ground rules to consider while developing an application with animations.   Begin With A Storyboard The storyboard is quite crucial to ensure a smooth and flawless animation. It can either be created on a piece of paper or a whiteboard. In fact, there are some useful applications, like Sketchbook Pro, as well that allows one to conveniently create a desired storyboard for his application while performing other tasks easily. Yes! You can develop wireframes while creating a storyboard for your application. A storyboard is when accompanied by annotated wireframes, allows designers...

Important Tips While Designing An App And Preferred Steps To Overcome It

By on Nov 25, 2015 in Interesting, Mobile App Devellopment

Addison Cohen

Addison Cohen

Mobile App Developer at Appsted Ltd
Addison Cohen is a mobile app developer working with Appsted Ltd. You can contact him if you want to hire iPhone app developer for the development of the most comprehensive mobile applicationsolutions. He loves sharing latest information on mobile technologies like iOS, Android development processes.
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Mobile applications have tremendously become an integral part of our life. Keeping the growing craze of various mobile devices and apps in mind, companies are striving hard to support their businesses with a exceedingly various outstanding mobile applications. For this basic agenda, they try to engage with various distinct mobile application strategies that can reach out the best among the most recent trend of applications. With various applications launched every now and then, there is a struggling competition in the world of mobile application development. Thus, a powerful and well-planned mobile strategy is extremely a necessary option to ensure update your newly application. Slow Loading Of Applications Really Does not Pay You Anything If any of your created application consumes quite long time to load, then there is high chances of failing. The reason behind this is users wait patiently wait for an application for too long to get it load. If any application takes more than a few seconds, users prefer uninstalling the application. Thus, all efforts made by them are in total loss in terms of promoting their new application and thus time gets wasted to attract users. Suggestion: Make all the possible efforts to develop your application load time as well as performance time in terms of fast speed. It’s quite possible that your users are connected to extreme poor networking process. In order to make it certain that the performance of an application won’t get affected anyway while downloading it by the type of network...