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Understanding your target audience is essential.  We tailor each website to the needs of the business and how the user interacts with the website. 

Our bespoke approach extrapolates information like no other. From the set go, we understand your needs and digitise them, giving you that jaw dropping experience; every time.

Web-Mobile Development

Mobile is one of the essential devices in today’s time every single person is using mobile these days and browsing internet easily on it. It make life easy and comfortable we have many application which is mobile friendly and comes under mobile responsive version. 

We gives our client ultimate solutions on web mobile development which can convert the sales and services easily that can be assure best way to drive sales. You don’t have to spend time building your own team and looking for an office. Save time and start working on your project right away. We will develop a Custom Mobile Application that matches your unique business processes and needs. 

Backend Development

As a backend developer at Sketch, your job will be mainly focused on designing, implementing, and maintaining APIs on large-scale systems that impact people’s day-to-day work. You will work closely with frontend, Mac developers and project managers to guarantee product-focused, smooth engineering processes.

Most of our backend is built on Elixir with Phoenix, served over Graph QL. We build some supporting web services increasingly in Go and decreasingly in Node JS, and are progressively migrating our backing data store to Postgre SQL from Maria DB. Our backend services also utilize some AWS services such as SQS, and Redis. Every aspiring web developer faces the dilemma of being a frontend developer or backend developer. This can be simplified through an analogy. Would you like to be the actor of an Oscar winning film or the director? Both play their parts in entertaining the audience. The actor brings a story to life, which is what we see on screen. Whereas it is the director, behind the camera, creating the story.

UI/UX Design​

The difference between UX and UI actually lies with how the users approach an app. The modern users not only seek attractive app looks (which is UI), they also prefer easy navigation channels to browse the app with fewer touches (the UX).

Hence, the UX designer is mainly concerned with how well the app performs across all mobile devices and platforms, whereas the UI designer is responsible for building a compelling app interface which makes user interaction with the app easy and simple (colors, icons etc.). If you include both UI and UX effectively in your app, it would be quite flawless and interactive with a simplified interface, which can earn your business a wider and loyal customer base. Although the tools and skill sets required for both UX and UI involve the same knowledge base for the developers, they are basically two separate disciplines in the mobile app design framework. When combined together, the UI/UX of mobile app design can make a business solution intuitive and be engaging at the same time for the customers. Before you dive into the essentials of UI/UX design in mobile app development, let’s quickly get into the basics for each of them.

Prototyping and Testing

UX prototype testing is essential in the early stages of product development. Gathering feedback on a prototype allows you to fail fast, fail early, and move on. Testing limits the cost of failure and allows you to learn from your mistakes in the next iteration. User testing prototypes also help you establish usability issues and ideas for new product features.

A prototype is a model of a physical or digital product. UX projects mostly deal with digital prototypes, e.g., a version of an app, website, platform, or piece of software. Prototypes show the basic features you wish to include in your product. They also might show aspects of design, such as aesthetic elements or functional elements, depending on where you are in the design process. The purpose of your prototypes is to allow designers, developers, or engineers to test the functionality of your digital product. For example, whether users can find a page easily, whether a button in your app works, and so on. For testing purposes, you might wish to add a simple message stating that the user has reached the end of the content and can return to the previous page or homepage.

SEO Friendly

SEO friendly means to make your website friendly for search engines like Google, so that Google can crawl each and every page on the website efficiently, interpreted the website contents effectively and index it to their data base, so that your website will rank in search engine.

SEO isn’t just about blog post writing and chucking keywords all over your website, in the hope that one stick – in fact, this can have a negative impact on your SEO! Our exclusive guide will show you how to write clearly for every customer, whether they’re ready to buy, or simply looking. On the other hand SEO friendly blog posts means it can be simply understand by both reader and the search engine. It is a skill and you have to learn this skill to rank easily in goggle. Although these aims – quality content and high search visibility – may seem at odds with each other, it’s vital to your marketing success to start considering them part of a holistic goal. Yes, your content should be well-written, dynamic, and full of valuable information for your audience, but none of that matters if it languishes in an unseen corner of your website.

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