A 1-page guide to app development
Get smarter with your sales process
When you first have your idea for an app your mind goes quickly into overdrive. It’s essential that you write down everything that pops into your head, you can edit it later. You need to make space for more details instead of repeating your thoughts over and over to yourself.
The next stage can be more considered and usually follows a pattern.
This is the pattern I use.
Focus on - Dentists
You’ve probably seen on your favourite shopping or tv website a section which makes a suggestion for something similar to the product you’re currently looking at or for something that people like you have purchased recently.
If you’re a dentist or have a business like a dentist you would greatly benefit from having an app for the following reasons.
You want clients to be able to make bookings with you as quickly and easily and possible. Apps require very little data exchange which means a very fast searching and booking experience.
Mobile apps vs mobile websites
Many of us have ideas for apps, that's probably why you're here. But what is the next step?
How would my business benefit by having an app?
I'm not going tell you that mobile websites are a waste of time because they're not BUT there are things that a mobile app has to offer that a mobile website cannot. And having said that, there are aspects of websites that trump apps.
Our lives are becoming more and more connected thanks to technology, more and more of us are getting away from desks in offices and getting out and doing our work. The device we carry in our pocket or bag is incredibly powerful and can be used to get business done in so many exciting ways.