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Common User Feedback Tools for Websites & Mobile Apps

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | February 10, 2020

In previous blog posts, we discussed the key tactics and strategies that any entrepreneur or enterprise should consider to successfully create and launch their website or mobile app. It started by carefully defining the requirements in the discovery scope process. We then discussed the key milestones and deliverables that come after the discovery phase, in […]

The Five Key Steps in Software Development for Websites & Mobile Apps

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | October 20, 2019

Once you and your developers have defined the software users’ needs, it’s time to make sure you have a roadmap that will bring to life all of the features and functionality the user will engage with. Below I discuss the 5 main phases in bringing your software to life.   There are several mini phases, steps […]

Defining the User Needs During the Discovery Process

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | August 27, 2019

Once you’ve decided to build a website or mobile app, either as an entrepreneur or business enterprise, there are some key steps you need to take very early on.  While it’s convenient to think a developer can throw out an accurate price estimate after a phone conversation, maybe even a short meeting, the truth is […]

Web App vs Native Mobile App vs …

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | June 26, 2019

If you’ve started to research app development options for your project, you have probably already come across the terms ‘web app’ and ‘native app’.  Both types of apps have their time and place, depending on how the app will be used.  First, let’s quickly discuss the main differences between the two, and then why you […]

Boost your App Marketing using Artificial Intelligence

Scott Curtis, Co-Founder - Epic Business Apps | May 13, 2019

If you’ve started to research app development options for your project, you have probably already come across the terms ‘web app’ and ‘native app’. Both types of apps have their time and place, depending on how the app will be used.