Applications software can be written for a particular operating system (OS), such as Android, iOS or Windows. App developers typically specialize in a specific development area, such as mobile phone applications, graphics software, accounting software, or office suites.
Once an app is complete and goes into production, the app developer works on creating patches (upgrades), that are periodically released to the public. App developers work for themselves just as often as they work for small, medium and large sized companies, building ‘native’ experiences that allow people to complete tasks, consume content and interact with brands and other people.
We abide by the following practices when developing an application:
Analytical Skills – recognizing the needs of customers, and creating new applications that answer those needs
Communication – clearly communicating ideas to coders, teammates and management
Creativity – inventing new ways of handling problems and developing innovative applications
Customer Service – If dealing directly with clients and customers, having excellent customer service skills to answer questions and fix issues
Attention to Detail – having all parts of applications working together for the application to function
Problem-Solving – making decisions that move the project forward
Teamwork – As part of a large team of developers, working well with others
Technical Skills – being adept in computer languages and having good technical knowledge