75% of products fail in their first year after launch. In this article, we walk through some reasons why digital products might fail, and how to avoid this to successfully launch your first product. Digital products may take time to perfect, but the most important key to a successful launch is a solid prototype that is tested and perfected before launch, not after.
With the gig and online economy becoming increasingly dominant after the COVID-19 pandemic, many entrepreneurs are taking the opportunity to turn their ideas into user products. Data suggests that mobile and web apps are expected to generate over $935 billion in revenue by 2023 (Statista).
UX (user experience) design is a popular buzzword in many startup industries right now — but what does it really mean? And why does it matter to your product? If you’re looking to create a product, app, or just have a business idea you want to explore, get started by learning more about the creative process that goes into designing great user experiences.
No code development has taken the digital app industry by storm in the last 5 years. Figures from Gartner suggest that no code will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity by 2024. In this article, we lay out examples of real applications built with no code and low code. Let’s walk through 8 of the many use cases of no code app development.
No code has transformed the speed and agility of building platforms, software, and apps. Adding no code into your development process not only reduces time-to-launch, but also allows multiple business concepts to be user tested within weeks. Learn why no code has recently caught the eye of venture studios.
When a new business owner, founder, or entrepreneur is looking to build an app, they have many options for development. Low code platforms give the ease of use to develop a software or application or a website with minimum coding via graphical user interface and configuration.