32: Automating Business Processes with Rhamy Alejeal of People Processes

Published March 17, 2020

Automating your business processes can save you a ton of time and money in the long run. Rhamy Alejeal joins us on this episode to discuss how you can get started with automation in your company (specifically around your HR process).

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31: User Privacy as a Differentiator with Adam Stone of Secure Digital Solutions

Published March 3, 2020

In this episode, we chat with Adam Stone of Secure Digital Solutions. Adam is a Data Privacy and Security Executive with more than 20 years of experience implementing and developing data privacy and security innovations. We talk about the California Consumer Privacy Act and why you should care about user privacy, the principles behind the Privacy by Design framework and how you can incorporate that into your app, managing third party dependencies within your mobile app, and the battle between the FBI and Apple around end-to-end encryption.

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30: Savon Sampson - McKesson Sales App

Published February 18, 2020

Tim chats with Savon Sampson, former senior marketing director for McKesson, to find out how one of the largest companies in the world built their mobile app. She shares how the idea for the app came about, the steps she took to find a technology partner, the struggles the organization faced in getting the software adopted, and the things she would change if she had to do it all over again.

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29: Jonathan Hassell - Hassell Inclusion

Published February 4, 2020

Tim talks about all things accessibility with Jonathan Hassell of Hassell Inclusion. They discuss the importance of inclusive design, how to shift your organization’s mindset to think about accessibility in everything you do, and what you can do to make your app usable by the 20% of the world with a disability.

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28: Dr. Courtney Hill and Adam Choe - Yonder

Published January 21, 2020

Tim chats with Dr. Courtney Hill and Adam Choe of Yonder, an app for helping young children prepare to visit the dentist. They discuss the history of Yonder, how important it is to find the right fit for a development team, the brutally honest feedback that comes from having a target audience of 3-5 year olds, the joys of bootstrapping a business, and some tips for working together as a team.

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27: Questions to Ask Your Development Team

Published January 7, 2020

How can you, as a budding app owner, decide which app development team to hire? Tim provides a list of questions you can use to interview potential developers, as well as what answers you should be looking for.

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26: 2020 Mobile Predictions

Published December 24, 2019

Predicting what will change in technology in the coming year is always a fruitless experiment... but let’s do it anyway! Tim and Rob chat about 9 technology trends and where they see the industry moving in the new year.

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25: What Does an MVP Look Like?

Published December 10, 2019

Tim and Jenny take popular apps and break down what they would look like as a Mininum Viable Product (MVP), along with the pros and cons to releasing an MVP.

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24: How to Keep My Mobile App Secure

Published November 26, 2019

Security is a never ending game of cat and mouse, and it is important to do the fundamentals correctly to reduce your chances of a breach. Tim chats about all things related to making sure your mobile app system is secure.

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23: How to Hire a Mobile App Developer

Published November 12, 2019

There are many different types of teams you can choose to build out your mobile app. Tim goes over 5 possible setups, complete with the pros and cons for each setup.

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22: App Development Lifecycle Series - Deploy

Published February 22, 2019

In Part 4 of our App Development Lifecycle Series, Tim breaks down the final stage of development: deployment. We share our process for shipping production-ready code to the App and Play Stores, what to expect during the review process, and how this phase loops back to the strategy phase.

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21: App Development Lifecycle Series - Develop and Test

Published February 8, 2019

In Part 3 of our App Development Lifecycle Series, Tim breaks down the Development and Testing Phases. We share how we work with our clients to develop custom mobile app systems, as well as how we test them to make sure they work how you (and your customers) expect it.

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20: App Development Lifecycle Series - Design

Published January 25, 2019

In Part 2 of our App Development Lifecycle Series, Tim breaks down the Design phase. Design is not only how your app looks, but also how it works. In this episode, we share how we work with our clients to design a valuable and easy-to-use mobile app experience for their users.

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19: App Development Lifecycle Series - Strategy

Published January 11, 2019

In Part 1 of our App Development Lifecycle Series, Tim breaks down the Strategy Phase. A well-considered strategy is critically important to the success of any project, especially a complex mobile app project. In this episode, we share how we work with our clients to build a plan for delivering an app that meets their business goals and provides value to their users.

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18: Trinity Wiles - WatchPitch, Tipster, and Thinking Globally

Published October 19, 2018

Tim chats with Trinity Wiles, an entrepreneur and Global Coordinator at WatchPitch, about how to use your resources to your advantage when creating a mobile app.

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17: Amanda Brooks - FASTZach

Published September 10, 2018

Tim sits down with Amanda Brooks, creator of the FASTZach routing app, to discuss the lessons she learned in building a mobile app from the ground up.

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16: Kurt Schmidt - Project Management and Mobile App Strategy

Published August 10, 2018

Tim interviews Kurt Schmidt, President of Foundry and former Director of Project Management at The Nerdery, who takes him to school on how to effectively strategize and manage the development of a mobile app.

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15: Chris Ruff - Location Tracking in On-Demand Mobile Apps

Published June 8, 2018

Tim interviews Chris Ruff of Glympse who explains how location-tracking works in a mobile app and how you can securely & accurately provide a service provider's location to your customers.

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14: Hot Lou - Finding Your "True Fans" Through Facebook

Published May 25, 2018

Tim interviews "Hot Lou" Abramowski of Evergreen, who gives practical advice for both running a business on Facebook and marketing your mobile app with Facebook Ads.

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13: Kindu - Getting Hundreds of Thousands of Users with Zero Marketing

Published May 11, 2018

Tim interviews Tom of Kindu, who shares how he was able to build a mobile app which attracted hundreds of thousands of users with no previous development or marketing experience.

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12: Jonathan Richter - Practical Tips for Starting an App Company

Published April 28, 2018

Tim interviews Jonathan Richter of Winnona Partners, a mobile app consultancy, who shares the lessons he's learned around the business of app development which you can apply to your own iOS and Android projects.

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11: Kwikly - Launching a Mobile App Without Technical Experience

Published April 13, 2018

Tim interviews Pedram Nastaean and Yomiyu Hirpa of Kwikly, an on-demand dental staffing agency, who share how they were able to launch a mobile-based company with minimal technical experience.

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10: Explaining Common Mobile App Terms

Published March 30, 2018

Mobile app developers throw around a lot of jargon and buzzwords, but you don't need to fear them! In this episode, Tim and Rob explain several common acronyms and terms you'll hear when working with a development team.

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9: Is Your App Idea Good or Bad?

Published March 16, 2018

Validating an app idea requires objectivity, introspection, and a bit of blind faith. Tim and Rob discuss three metrics they use when approached to determine whether or not it would make a good mobile app.

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8: Lessons Learned While Releasing Our Own App

Published March 2, 2018

Even though we get paid to release apps for our clients, it has been a while since we've built and released one of our own. In this episode, Tim and Rob discuss the recent release of mncraft.beer.

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7: The Server

Published February 16, 2018

Most mobile applications (especially on-demand apps) require a server to keep everything running smoothly. In this episode, Tim and Rob explain what a server is and the role it plays in your mobile software system.

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6: Solving the Chicken and Egg Problem with On-Demand Mobile Apps

Published February 2, 2018

When building an on-demand app, who do you try to get on your platform first: customers or service providers? In this episode, Tim and Rob suggest 7 techniques you can use to sustainably grow your on-demand app.

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5: What Goes into an On-Demand App Tech Stack?

Published January 19, 2018

On-demand apps like Uber and Postmates are among the more technically complex apps you can build. In this episode, Tim and Rob explain how these apps work in an easy-to-understand way.

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4: Should you Build your Mobile App for iOS or Android?

Published January 5, 2018

A common way to cut down on mobile app development costs is to only build out one platform at a time. Tim and Rob explain the advantages to building on either iOS or Android, and provide tips for choosing which platform is right for your product.

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3: Revenue Models for Mobile Apps

Published December 22, 2017

Tim and Rob discuss the pros and cons of 5 popular revenue models for mobile apps.

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2: 10 Technologies To Watch Out For In 2018

Published December 8, 2017

Tim and Rob discuss how 10 mobile-related technologies will evolve in the year 2018.

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1: How Long Does It Take to Build an On-Demand App?

Published December 8, 2017

Tim and Rob take a shot at answering the oldest question in software development: how long does it take to get an app shipped from scratch?

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