Guide On How To Create an App Released By Glance Creative Ltd

Glance Creative Ltd has released a new how-to guide on Creating an App. App Developers and other interested parties can find the guide online at http://thisisglance.com/android-app-development/.

London, United Kingdom - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Mobile app development company in London, Glance Creative Ltd, has published a new how-to guide aimed at app developers to help them design and create an app. This guide is designed to provide hints and tips on how to understand the target audience and how to market to them effectively.

App developers and those who are interested are invited to review the how-to guide in full on their website: http://thisisglance.com/android-app-development/

The most up to date guide from Glance Creative Ltd provides accurate steps and instructions to help people who are serious about app development.

Glance Creative Ltd states that this accessible, easy to follow guide provides all of the information necessary to fully understand the topic of mobile app development. More information on the guide can be found at: https://thisisglance.com/creating-an-app-design-developers-tips/

The Full How-To Guide Covers:

Creating Value – How to design a product that provides value to the end user on every level—from its basic functionality, to how the screens flows, to the subtle transitions and animations that take the experience of using the product from a satisfying one to a delightful one.

App Problem Solving – Learn what problem the app is going to be solving, how it’s going to solve it and to what extent.

Coding Tips – How to weigh up how long it’ll take to change code and what benefits the change would bring to the table.

When asked for more information about the guide, the reasons behind creating a guide on Creating an App and what they hope to accomplish with it, Simon Lee, CEO at Glance Creative Ltd said:

“In this guide, we will take you through the basic things we believe you need to consider when designing and developing an app.When beginning to code the product, you want to keep in mind the grand scheme of things, and generalise objects and functions so that they can be used multiple times throughout the project. Create standards, guidelines and architectures that can be used and followed throughout the project to help keep it structured and readable. Doing these points as you go while the product is still small will really help later on as the project evolves. “

App Developers and anybody interested in Creating an App are invited to review the how-to guide online: http://thisisglance.com/android-app-development/

More information about Glance Creative Ltd itself can be found at http://thisisglance.com/

Business contact information can be found at:

Glance Creative Ltd

Unit 302, Cannon Wharf Business Centre, Pell Street,London,SE8 5EN

0203 811 0484

Contact Info:
Name: Simon Lee
Email: enquiries@thisisglance.com
Organization: Glance Creative Ltd
Address: Unit 302, Cannon Wharf Business Centre , London SE8 5EN, United Kingdom

For more information, please visit http://thisisglance.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300191

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