Our Process

Each app is different and our methodologies are always evolving, but this is a fairly standard process when developing mobile apps.

  • 1

    Planning

    Understand why this problem exists and your app solution, objectives. Competitor analysis, monetization, marketing, road map.

  • 2

    Requirement Analysis

    Decide what data and functionality needs to be presented within your app and how that data and functionality is organized.

  • 3

    UI & UX Design

    Decide what data and functionality needs to be presented within your app and how that data and functionality is organized.

  • 4

    Coding

    Numerous approaches, technologies, and programming languages that can be used to build a mobile app.

  • 5

    Deploy & Testing

    Performed by non-developers or at least people who are not your app’s primary developer. This will help ensure a more genuine testing experience.

Based on decade of development experiences, Xenber know how a successful mobiles app is being built.

For mobile apps, while we focus on your development needs, we’ll help you develop a mobile strategy that will take your business idea from conceptualization to a well-loved app on Apple’s App Store and Google Play.

Requirement Study
Brainstorming

Brainstorming is the key to finding that direction, and it’s something you can implement for your team in a logical, structured way. With that in place, you can use that process as a reliable way to generate ideas, iterate upon them, and harness the power of your team’s combined creative energy to make real business change.

Requirement Study
Brainstorming
UI Design
Wireframing

A wireframe is a visual representation of a user interface, stripped of any visual design or branding elements. It is used by UX Designers to define the heirachy of items on a screen and communicate what the items on that page should be based on user needs.

UI Design
Wireframing
UX Design
Screen Flows

Flow charts let us keep track of the multivariate issues in modern business processes, visualize the dependencies, and begin to imagine the user experience. Even the most basic flow chart will encourage your team to talk about both the complete landscape as well as the details of each step

UX Design
Screen Flows

Finally, maintaining (updating) the program must continue for several years after the initial release until its EOL (end-of-life).

A software development process makes everything easier and reduces the amount of problems encountered.