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In this article, you will learn about the application of human-centred design in design thinking, the importance of human-centred design for businesses and entrepreneurs alike, as well as 4 strategies to help you build more intuitive, accessible, and reliable solutions.
Recent data projections indicate that the mobile app industry will likely surpass $600 billion in global annual revenue by 2025. As consumer demand further rises and competition strengthens, businesses must evaluate and implement a structured mobile app monetization strategy that yields market success today and well into the future.
In this article, you will learn the purpose of the value proposition canvas, why it is vitally important for businesses, in what situations it should be used, followed by step-by-step instructions on how best to complete a value propositions canvas. As a bonus, we have included a Vertical Motion designed value proposition canvas for you to apply the concepts learned in this article!
Vertical Motion spoke with CTO and Investor Calvin Engen to learn what small and medium-sized enterprises need to know about cyber security.
Vertical Motion spoke with Sam Anderson the Co-Founder and CEO of CarbonGraph about their new revolutionary carbon footprint tracking system.
In early September, we posted a practical guide on the differences between native, hybrid, and progressive web apps in a simple-to-use mobile app infographic. But, many of you reached out wanting to know more about the differences, benefits, and drawbacks between the three. So we caught up with three Vertical Motion members to talk tech and dive deeper into mobile application development.
Here at Vertical Motion Inc., we define market validation as the process of bringing your dream project or product to your target market and seeing if it sparks any interest. It doesn’t matter if it’s mobile app development, a custom software solution, a web-based application, or some other creative software widget – there’s always a step where you need to get it in front of the people who might buy and use it.
A MVP is not to be mistaken by the trophy or medal your child is awarded for giving their all in a local sporting event. In this context, MVP stands for Minimum Viable Product and is a concept that is getting a lot of attention in the entrepreneur community and has been for some time now. But what is a MVP? Why do you need one? How do you go about creating one?