April 4, 2019
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Managing Native App Builds

In a mobile-first digital landscape, more organizations are focused on developing and enhancing their portable products. Building an app that stands out from the masses is not easy — there is a lot of competition, experience, and innovation in this space.

Managing these projects requires extra diligence and a more thorough understanding of the technical considerations. This is especially true when building a native app because of the unique intricacy of design and development these products require. Click below to read our process for managing a native app build.

Managing a Native App Build


Community Thoughts on Managing Native App Builds...

  1. 1. 8 Steps to Understanding The Mobile App Development Lifecycle “... when it comes to prioritizing functionality, research shows that app design should emphasize customer engagement over exclusive services.”
  2. 2. Upgrade Your Project Manager Technical Skills: 5 Ways To Upskill “Stepping back at a closure of a project, I can see that having technical knowledge ultimately led to helping my team build higher quality deliverables...”
  3. 3. 12 Mobile App Development Trends to Watch Out for in 2019 “With 5G network trials set to be underway across the world, the realm of app development will witness a change. The integrated chips powering our smartphones are being improved... and in 2019, they are set to go a notch higher, thus allowing mobile app developers greater room to play...”

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We are thrilled to share our IoT work with Abilene Christian University has been nominated for a Webby in Apps, Mobile, and Voice: Experimental & Innovation. Our work has been singled out as one of the five best in the world in this category. As part of the next phase of competition, we could use your help! Please vote for Viget for the Webby People's Voice Award. Voting ends April 18, 2019 and you can see our case study of the work here.

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