Picture the scene: it’s a hot afternoon in July 2001, you turn the knob to your front door and lug your groceries into the apartment. You speed over to the kitchen counter and dump the bags of laundry detergent, canned food, and bottled water packs in a disorderly fashion.
Then you grab the mail out from under your arm, wipe your brow, and read through the TV listings to see what shows are on tonight. You sit down at your desktop to shoot off a quick email to your best friend, press play on some tunes via Windows Media Player, and return to the kitchen to unpack your spoils while waiting for their reply.
And somewhere, in the midst of it all, you reflect on how futuristic modern life has become…
… yet you have absolutely no idea what’s coming in tech.
At Cheesecake Labs, we’ve created a four-phase methodology for successful app development: product definition, product design, product development, and product optimization.
Utilizing this process ensures an app meets — and often surpasses — the expectations of our clients, their stakeholders and, most importantly, the users.
In the first installment of this blog series, we explained how our first phase — Product Definition — helps set the stage for successful design and development. Now it’s time to look at Phase #2: Product Design. In this guide, we’ll explain how the Cheesecake Labs team approaches application UI and UX design — and why that unique approach delivers real value to your business. Continue Reading
At Cheesecake Labs, we build delightful digital experiences and by using React Native we have delivered quality cross-platform applications to a number of our clients at a fraction of the investment over native development. Continue Reading
“Branding is what people say about you when you’re not in the room.”
So how about having a seat and staying in the room? To have a seat nowadays, a brand should have feelings and opinions, not just sell itself. Otherwise, it will have to leave the room. That’s what we call Branding Experience.