MVP software development is a lot like maintaining a prized vehicle. There are teams, processes and procedures that keep things running smoothly. Without requirement gathering and feature prioritization, the product owner and project manager won’t have enough information to set a team loose designing and developing the mobile or web app.
To turn heads in the Apple App or Google Play Stores, apps must first face a rigorous test — public opinion. It must be downloaded. But, competition is fierce. While there’s no magic solution, app store optimization can help. In our 2015 guide, we walk you through the fundamentals and show you how to start reaping the benefits of this mobile app marketing tactic.
Maybe you’ve heard about the benefits. Ping pong tournaments. Flexible work hours. Benefits that make dad raise an eyebrow. The technology boom of the last five to ten years has made software engineering a very attractive profession. So what does it take to become a developer?
Not everyone senses the web the same way. But, everyone deserves an elegant, accessible and innovative experience. That’s a key component of our web accessibility design practice. It’s human-centered. It’s user-first. We design for people. We review guidelines and our best practices.
There are two things consumers can’t save enough of: Time and money. OccamScan designed and co-created by MentorMate Director of Operations Stefanie Trimble and her business partner Stephen Fluin helps savvy shoppers cut down on both. Hear the buzz on the latest app continuing the quantified self movement.
Since the HITECH Act, patients have been generating more healthcare data than analysts know what to do with. Add to that interest in the quantified self movement, and there’s no question. We’re swimming in numbers. A key challenge emerging from the exploration, creation and adoption of digital health isn’t how we collect the data. It’s, “What do we do with it?”
The skill level of your developers plays a large role in the success of healthcare IT efforts. But even before that, one thing can separate the good projects from the game-changers — a plan. Before beginning healthcare software development consider these four things.
Imagine a four-person relay team is running a race. Each team member must perform at a certain speed to achieve the goal time. This analogy is a little like pacing in software development — especially between internal and external development teams. Here’s how you can pace to win and beat the competition to market.
Now more than ever before, patients and physicians are working together to co-create the best care and manage results. Healthcare software, secure messaging and even social media are opening the lines of communication between patients and providers. Here are two considerations for building m- and eHealth tools.
MentorMate recently attended an event at the developer division of Microsoft. It was focused on pain points that exist for mobile developers and what improvements Microsoft could make to their developer tools to ease them. We ideated a lot. But, one complete product that stood out — the Microsoft Android emulator.