Custom Android apps development Service in Delaware

Using a holistic approach to app creation, VentCube’s Custom Android apps development service Delaware take into consideration the study of business needs, the design look and feel, the user experience, and the app functionality.

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This was the first time I developed a web site so I couldn’t have asked for a better or easier group to work with. The entire process from sales through development and launch was timely and extremely efficient. A fantastic experience all around!
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Awesome, Awesome company!!! VentCube has been helping us for years. They created our website and have continually updated it and adjusted to our growing and changing company. They have increased our online presence in every area we take on. Recently we had some of our listings hacked. Found it on Saturday and everyone started working on it asap and by Monday morning it was all fixed in time for the workday. You can rest comfortably when Thrive is looking after you. Thanks VentCUbe team for everything you do for us.

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VentCube implemented some design aspects into our website, which I had wanted to try since the business was started. VentCube provided a team of relevant experts who worked with the email postcards that we send out, scheduling and design aspects for individual pages. During the development process, VentCube sent me working models, listened to my critiques, and made appropriate changes, explaining why certain elements were built as they were. VentCUbe has also helped me manage our pay-per-click advertising as well as handling our SEO.

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Why Clients Choose VentCube For Android Development?

Here are just a few of the ways that we distinguish ourselves as a firm when it comes to our Magento expertise and our ability to design and develop ecommerce experiences.

  •  Agile Android application development and project methodology
  •  Assistance with getting apps in Google Play
  •  Award winning mobile app development solutions
  •  Competitive rates for Android app development and design talent
  •  Cross-functional team of 300+ experts in global offices
  •  In-house, front-end experts: Business Analysts, UX/UI Specialists & Designers
  •  Native and cross-platform mobile app development solutions
  •  Open, transparent and collaborative client engagement
  •  Proven track record of successful Android application project delivery
  •  Rapid, cost-effective services for Android development services
  •  Rigorous quality assurance (QA) testing before “Go-Live” events

If you are looking for an Apps Development Company in Delaware, look no further than us! Ventcube provides an Apps Development Service in Delaware to help you reach your goals. Get a free quote or contact us today.

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Custom Android Mobile App Development

VentCube develops native Android mobile applications for a wide range of mobile devices, from smartphones and tablets to televisions and wearables, all of which are developed with bespoke integrations, features, and modules to provide the best possible solution for your company.

Android Smartphone App Development

Our Android mobile app development professionals make use of native app platform-specific capabilities, such as Java and Kotlin, to ensure that your bespoke Android smartphone app has the complete functionality you want.

Android Tablet App Development

We provide fully configurable tablet apps that are particularly developed for the native Android platform and can be used for a variety of tasks such as corporate operations, consumer entertainment, and much more.

Android Foldable App Development

Customize Android foldable smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Fold with cutting-edge applications that enable multitaskers to effortlessly browse numerous tabs at once while working in the application.

Android TV App Development

Our unique Android TV applications, which are built on the same architecture as those used by Android smartphones and tablets, provide immersive cinematic experiences on a variety of television screen sizes.

Android Wear OS App Development

Easily deploy new techniques by using new Android Jetpack APIs and other Android-specific tools to remodel old Wear OS devices or develop whole new Wear OS devices with ease.

Android Auto App Development

Our Android Auto applications provide driver-focused experiences and are intended to communicate with your other Android devices, such as your smartphone, tablet, wearables, and other smart devices, among other things.

Hire Experienced, On-Demand Android Developers

We design Android mobile apps from the ground up and work with existing IT teams to improve their applications with unique integrations, features, and modules. The result is an application that is more customized and provides a better user experience.

Native Android App Development

Android mobile applications that are cutting-edge and custom-tailored to certain industry verticals are what we specialize in developing. These apps range from e-commerce and event apps to employee communication and corporate workflow apps.

Cross-Platform App Development

Use the greatest cross-platform app development technologies, such as PhoneGap, React Native, Xamarin, Flutter, and others to build an app that is compatible with both Android and iOS operating systems concurrently.

Hybrid App Development

The vast majority (if not all) of our hybrid app development professionals have many years of expertise designing and implementing hybrid apps that use a combination of web and native components in addition to a common language code base.

VentCube’s Android App Development Processes

In order to provide the greatest potential end, our highly trained developers design a complete and comprehensive app development process flow, ensuring that they are following the processes in the correct sequential sequence.

Product Planning & Strategy

Your overall idea is evaluated by our skilled development team, which then develops a complete and detailed plan, also known as a product blueprint, in order to construct your Android mobile application.

UI/UX Design & Prototyping

Using the latest technology, our expert designers and engineers collaborate to produce a prototype of your Android mobile app, which provides the whole team with a clear understanding of how to continue with the development of your mobile app.

App Development & Programming

Using the original product planning blueprint as a guide, our programmers establish the technical architecture, the front-end/back-end tech stack, and the development milestones that will be used to create your final Android application.

App Quality Assurance (QA) Testing

In order to verify that your Android mobile app is stable, safe, and operationally right, our QA testers evaluate your app using a variety of methods, such as functional, performance, security, and platform testing, as well as other measures.

Google Play Store Deployment & Launch

Once your custom Android application has been tested and approved, we will verify that it complies with Google Play's user interface and user experience rules and regulations before releasing and distributing your own Android application.

Maintenance & Support

Once your app has been published in the Google Play store, we will offer expert-level maintenance and support services Delaware, ensuring that your app is in perfect working order, correcting bugs, testing your app's functioning, and automating operating system upgrades.

Android app development expertise by your side

We assist firms from all around the globe in their search for expertise in Android application development outsourcing. Clients across a number of sectors, including travel and hospitality, telecommunications, retail, media, healthcare, financial technology (fintech), and education, benefit from the services provided by Android developers at Delaware
You will be provided with full-cycle Android mobile application development. They include the prototype and discovery phase, UI/UX design, development, testing, and the launch of the app on Google Play, among other activities. Our post-launch support and maintenance services guarantee that your app remains current with quickly evolving technology and user requirements.
If you want assistance in developing an application for both a smartphone and a tablet, the Delaware team will enhance your capabilities and offer you with essential experience. We have extensive expertise developing Android corporate applications, social media applications, mobile e-commerce applications, games, mobile-enabled Internet of Things solutions, augmented reality applications, and many other types of applications.

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Custom Android Mobile App Features

A laundry list of bespoke features, modules, and capabilities will be programmed into your custom Android app in order to best represent your company’s identity and deliver the greatest possible user experience for your customers.
Here are just a few examples of the almost limitless number of features that may be built into your own Android application:

Android App Features

  • Camera & Video Functionality
  • WiFi Connectivity
  • Privacy Settings
  • Geolocators
  • In-App Purchasing
  • Google Pay & E-Wallets
  • Emojis & Custom Avatar Generators
  • Near-Field Communication (NFC) Technology
  • Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Technology
  • Augmented Reality
  • Bluetooth Beacon Connectors
  • Automatic & Manual Android OS updates
  • Android OS Update Notification
  • Touch, Press, & Gesture Functionality
  • Focus-Based Navigation/Scrolling
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Innovative approach

VentCube's research and development department Delaware keeps up with the latest advancements in video data processing, object tracking, geographic information systems, digital signal processing in devices, and other areas in order to provide Android applications that stand out from the crowd.

Focus on your business goals and user experience

We strike a balance between your business objectives and the needs of your users in order to develop customer-centered Android applications that help you generate additional revenue.

Mature project management and a deep understanding of mobile projects workflow

We keep track of the Android app development process using our proprietary, comprehensive Quality Management System, which is certified by the ISO 9001 standard, and we give you with key performance indicator (KPI) reporting tools to guarantee transparency.

 

Expertise in security and integration process

Due to its ISO 27001 certification, VentCube's staff is able to ensure the security of your Android application's data. We also ensure that your app is seamlessly integrated with the back-end web service Delaware and internal business processes (ERP, CRM, ECM, CPM, HRM, and others).

Our customers choose us because of our extensive range of expertise in delivering sophisticated app and web portal development projects on time and on budget. Working alongside existing development teams, integrating legacy systems to support new app development, implementing technically complex features, and connecting systems, processes and applications with seamless integration are just a few of the problems we've solved in our more than eleven years in the industry.
VentCube can assist you if you have large ideas, are confronted with difficult challenges, and want the greatest possible service Delaware from your advertising firm.

Yes, we are able to.
To begin your project, we will collaborate with you to develop a complete project specification, after which we will supply you with a fixed-price estimate for the services Delaware you need. You are protected by this set price and specification: you can hold us responsible to produce precisely what has been written down, at the exact cost that has been quoted. There are no hidden fees or costs, and everything is explained clearly and concisely.
It may require a significant investment of time on both your and VentCube's parts to arrive at a set pricing and exact specification. You may find it helpful to get an approximate estimate before making a final decision. Please see the section below.

Yes, we will always make every effort to provide you with a ballpark or estimated pricing as soon as possible; often, this will be on your first phone conversation or email. Obtaining an approximate estimate of projected expenses as soon as possible can assist you in determining whether or not what you have in mind is financially viable and whether or not you would want to pursue the project further.
Please keep in mind that ballpark figures are informed estimations based on our previous experience, and that the real final cost may increase or decrease as we take the time to fully understand your needs and requirements. If you can supply us with as much information as possible about what you need, the more accurate our rough estimate is likely to become.

Speak with us. One of our team members will answer to you by email or phone within one working day if you submit your proposal using this form.
If you'd like to speak with someone straight away, please contact +1 302 260 6306 and a member of the team will go through your ideas and project with you.
We never try to upsell you, and all calls are completely free of obligation. We are always delighted to assist you.

Yes, the majority of the applications we develop are compatible with both the iOS and Android mobile platforms. The need for apps to run on both online and mobile devices is popular among developers, which is why we use development frameworks such as React and React native, which allow us to rapidly support both platforms.

Yes, in fact, practically every mobile application that we develop requires the use of a web-based application to power it from the back end. Have you ever signed into a mobile application? There is a web server running in the background, feeding the app with data that is used to determine whether or not you have authorization to log in to the website.

We don't simply start developing your needs on the spot; we first have a discussion to better understand the commercial considerations that are driving the demand for your project in the first place. With as little time as possible, we'd want to be in a position where we're knowledgeable enough to confront you on your assumptions about the characteristics you desire.
Once we have gained a thorough understanding of your company, we put forth significant effort at the outset of a project to collaborate with you and thoroughly scope out your needs.
Instead of just telling you that we understand your project, you want us to demonstrate our understanding of your project to you. We do this because, before we design a single pixel or write a single line of code, we develop a 10-page or longer requirements specification, including with wireframes where needed.

We don't simply start developing your needs on the spot; we first have a discussion to better understand the commercial considerations that are driving the demand for your project in the first place. With as little time as possible, we'd want to be in a position where we're knowledgeable enough to confront you on your assumptions about the characteristics you desire.
Once we have gained a thorough understanding of your company, we put forth significant effort at the outset of a project to collaborate with you and thoroughly scope out your needs.
Instead of just telling you that we understand your project, you want us to demonstrate our understanding of your project to you. We do this because, before we design a single pixel or write a single line of code, we develop a 10-page or longer requirements specification, including with wireframes where needed.

In the case of custom code written specifically for your project, you will be granted appropriate copyright or license rights to this code. In terms of intellectual property rights, we are completely open, and you will have the option to study our code ownership agreements prior to the project's start date.

VentCube is a Cyber Essentials Certified firm, which means that it follows the following guidelines:
In order to provide a secure service Delaware, we do not disclose all of the security measures we use. We can, however, give you with an overview of some of the precautions we take to secure your data, which are as follows:
We have a data center in London that houses dedicated managed servers provided by VI.net. If you host with us, our data center is located in London. These data centers are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, with security protocols in place. Cisco 6500 series routers (current as of 9/2017) has redundant fibers capable of 320Gb/s in total-for-total resilience, which are redundant and mesh-connected. Our servers are frequently updated to ensure that they are running the most recent software and fixes, and the servers themselves are protected by a firewall.
In order for your application to function properly, the back-end server code must be configured to operate over HTTPS and must have a secure SSL certificate installed.
We keep passwords as hashed strings with a unique salt for each user, and in certain cases, we store sensitive data using two-way encryption methods to protect it from prying eyes. The worst case scenario is if your data is hacked, in which case the perpetrator would still be required to execute a complicated decryption process in order for the data to be legible.
The frameworks in which we create give security features that have been thoroughly tested right out of the box. Using frameworks like as Yii2 and Laravel, we can escape and sanitize user inputs in order to guard against SQL injection attacks, cross-site scripting (XSS), host header and cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities, and to prevent direct file exposure via protected and restricted folders. Debugging options are only available in test environments, which means that when an issue occurs on a live server, the source code is not shown to the user. On occasion, we create our own code to supplement the safeguards given by frameworks like as those used by the Department of Defense.
Although the greatest development frameworks are in place, it is possible for developers to make errors that result in a security concern without realizing it. As an extra layer of protection, we employ third-party security software (Codacy) to audit every line of code that we create as part of our development process. Codacy delivers alerts to the team with each code 'commit,' alerting us to possible security concerns inside our system, minimizing the likelihood of publishing severe security flaws in the future.
In order to deploy code, public-private keys must be used to grant developers SSH access into hosted accounts. This allows for the secure management of access credentials.
Our basic servers are backed up on a regular basis, both on-site through bare-metal backups in the case of a total server failure and in a secure, redundant, off-site location inside the United Kingdom, according to industry standards. This backup procedure incorporates numerous levels of backup redundancy, allowing for the recovery of data in a timely and comprehensive manner.
Integrating your website or application with a secure content delivery network such as CloudFlare or Akamai is an option that we provide to our customers. These may provide an additional layer of protection against DDoS assaults while also improving the overall performance of your business. Their functions include adding an extra firewall layer, rate limiting, and hiding your server's IP address from individuals with dangerous intentions.
Paying customers are processed using PCI-compliant methods that are industry standard.
Each and every member of our team is legally bound to obey our security standards and to undergo ongoing training on the most recent data security protocols. We sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) on a regular basis, and our corporate headquarters are housed in secure buildings that need fob access and a keycode to enter and are monitored by CCTV.
As part of the project's deployment of Tenable Nessus software, we may offer a security and vulnerability auditing service Delaware to business clients who have purchased the product.

To start a successful project, several elements must be considered. Some needs may result in the project taking longer to develop than others. A fair rule of thumb for project estimating is that for every £7,000 (+VAT) of development effort, a project will take around one month to complete.

Yes, in certain instances; no, in others.
Is it possible for nine women to give birth in a month? This comparison may be extended to a variety of technological initiatives as well.
It is sometimes possible to accomplish a project substantially more quickly by allocating additional development resources to it. When it comes to certain projects, technologies, or security needs, we may be constrained by these constraints.
If you have a certain date in mind, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can do all we can to accommodate you.

There are choices for engaging us on an ad-hoc basis for help, as well as monthly retainer alternatives if you want a more constant and dependable level of service Delaware from us.
Ad-hoc help might be useful for initiatives that need just a small amount of assistance in order to eliminate the requirement for set monthly fees. However, since requests are scheduled depending on when our resource is available, this may come at the sacrifice of responsiveness.
Due to the fact that dedicated time is arranged months in advance, the majority of our customers choose for at least a modest monthly support retainer in order to get the best possible response. If you are working with us on a highly technical project, we propose that you purchase a monthly support retainer to cover modest ad-hoc adjustments, enhancements, updates, and support.
The quantity of development and support hours you need each month determines the price of your retainer with us. It is dependent on a variety of criteria, such as the size of your project and the amount of new features you are likely to want each month that you would like to be covered by your retainer agreement, to determine the number of hours you will require. It is vital to us that you get good value for your money, therefore we propose creating a wish list of desirable features so that your monthly budget may be spent on value-adding upgrades each month.
You may want to consider taking an AGILE approach to your project and establishing an ongoing retainer arrangement with us, which will allow us to build, test, and deploy larger new features every month if you have ongoing project requirements that extend beyond the launch of the first version of your website or app. Under the terms of this agreement, we would receive a retainer payment that would cover the cost of sufficient time to build substantial new features. We would agree on the work that would be included in the following sprint (i.e. the next 2-4 weeks) at the beginning of each month, and we would deliver the work at the conclusion of that time.
More information on AGILE vs. Waterfall may be found in our response to the question "How will you project manage my project (e.g., AGILE, Waterfall, etc.)?"
Typically, clients that want AGILE are aware that we will be doing considerable amounts of work over the next several months, but they may not be aware of when they will need which feature or if the requirements will change. It's common for start-ups to adopt an AGILE development approach because the way users interact with a product once it launches can have a significant impact on which features or changes need to be prioritized, or it can reveal new high-priority changes that would be difficult to predict before launch.

Yes, in fact, we strongly advise that you begin by releasing the most basic form of your concept feasible and then gradually refine it as time goes on. This phased technique is referred to as "minimum viable product" (MVP) development (MVP).
The concept behind releasing an MVP is that you've unavoidably made assumptions, and you won't be able to verify those assumptions until you expose anything to the general public. It is possible to test your assumptions and utilize the information gathered to determine the priority of future needs by releasing a lean initial version of your application. It helps to cut down on engineering waste.
When it comes to making updates to your app or website in the future, we have a few alternatives.
You may either contract us to update your app or website on a project-by-project basis, in which case we will define, estimate, schedule, and eventually deliver a specific set of needs as and when you needed them, or you can commission us to update your app or website on an ongoing basis. Alternatively, we may use an AGILE method, in which we plan a set amount of developer time each month in order to continuously improve things for you. Both tactics have their advantages and disadvantages, and it's probable that you will know immediately which strategy is best for you after reading this.

Open source languages like as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are used on the front end, while JavaScript or PHP are used on the back end wherever practical; we prefer to utilize them whenever possible. We utilize React Native for the majority of our mobile app projects, but we may also use Cordova or PhoneGap if we are working with a limited budget or if we need to support web, Android, and iOS as rapidly as possible.
Web applications are built using front-end layout frameworks such as bootstrap, foundation, material, and SemanticUI, which are used with front-end coding frameworks such as React or Angular to create the final product. On the back-end, we typically employ a PHP framework such as Laravel or Yii2, with the exception of the rare project that is written entirely in NodeJS.

When it comes to immediate socket operations, Node is very strong since it enables developers to work in a single language for both the front end and the back end. Its asynchronous event paradigm is also ideal for this kind of activity. NodeJS, in contrast to Apache or Nginx, is single-threaded by default; you may improve performance by running many Node processes at the same time; however, you will almost always need to manage this manually, or by including some type of load balancer. Even with this configuration, it's not uncommon to see each NodeJS application consume a significant amount of CPU, which usually results in separate processes and tasks having to be split off into clusters, where you have several instances of the same program running under a single master instance of the NodeJS framework.
This results in an unusual circumstance.
Building small applications with NodeJS might make sense since the development process is speedier and you don't need to be concerned with the details of how you construct your multi-process architecture. Large applications may also make sense if the projects have the necessary time and resources and can be optimized over a number of different servers and processes.
That being said, what about applications that fall somewhere in the center, or apps that start out tiny but later expand to be a medium-sized app?
The number of servers may be too small to justify multi-server optimizations, but they may be too large to cause performance issues. A situation in which a small number of users significantly slow down the software for everyone else using it is possible if things are not divided into numerous threaded processes is not separated properly during development. Please keep in mind that any extra development or maintenance time will result in an increase in cost to the client.
As an alternative, although Apache and NGINX may not be as quick when processing one individual, non-optimised request, they manage threading and load balancing out of the box in a manner that is consistent across any applications you create. When working with a large number of distinct applications built on the same stack, the consistency and ease of maintenance provided by the Apache/NGINX architecture is invaluable.
This response may give the impression that we are anti-NodeJS; however, this is not the case. For the usual size of the projects that we take on, we rely solely on other business considerations to guide our architectural decisions.
If it is critical to you that your project be delivered in NodeJS, we will make every effort to satisfy your needs.

We begin by developing a central database that will house all of your information; we then develop an interface (an API) that will enable data to be sent and received between the web and mobile applications.
Take into consideration that an API is the digital equivalent of a drive-through burger restaurant. If you ask for a burger at the teller's window, you will be handed one by the kitchen staff. When you inquire for a trampoline, they will inform you that they do not offer such product. When we create a link between your online application and your mobile application, we will establish these criteria depending on the functioning of your system, rather than the rules described above.
Alternatively, if you would want additional information on how the setup works, we have produced a free eGuide on the subject.

Generally speaking, yes. The majority of current applications and systems will have an interface similar to the one described in the previous question. It is important to inquire about the company's "API documentation," since if they do, it is highly probable that we will be able to interface with the system.
For app functionality, we've had a lot of experience interacting with a variety of systems and online tools. Here are some examples of the systems and online tools with which we've had expertise: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Amazon AWS, Salesforce, Google maps, Matchmaker, Broadbean, Google Sheets, PayPal, Stripe, Airtables, Mailchimp, Campaign Monitor, Marketo, Insightly, JT Telecom, SMS Gateway, Worldpay, Sagepay, Mailgun, Xero, Analytics, Youtube, Vimeo, and others are examples of platforms that are used by businesses today.

When you make a purchase on our website or in our app, we use a third-party payment processor such as Worldpay, SagePay, Stripe, or PayPal. Payment providers that we can interface with are many and diverse, however they generally fall into one of two categories:

  1. Complete end-to-end service
    Stripe and PayPal are examples of end-to-end payment processors, while there are other options available as well. When you work with this kind of vendor, you sign up for their service, and they handle both merchant services and money collection on your behalf, as well as providing you with a user interface. With each sale, you accumulate a balance, and payments are deposited into your bank account at regular intervals, generally every seven days, to keep things running smoothly. It is the easiest choice; for example, Stripe costs 1.4 percent plus 20p (at the time of writing) for European cards and 2.9 percent plus 20p for non-European cards. End-to-end transactions are more expensive.
  2. Services provided by merchants
    SagePay and Worldpay are examples of third-party payment processors that operate as a go-between between your bank and your website or app. The merchant-in-the-middle charges a specific price per transaction, and your bank adds a certain percentage to this amount on top of the merchant services Delaware fee to cover the cost of the transaction. Worldpay, Sagepay, and the other merchant service middlemen normally charge between 10 and 20p per transaction, and they will typically provide productised packages depending on the amount of orders received.
    If you choose this option, you will have to negotiate with your bank about the costs they impose - it is fairly unusual for companies to search around for the best price from multiple banks. Depending on the size and type of your company, you will normally be able to reach a profit margin of between 1-4 percent.
    The most significant advantage of using a merchant services provider is that payments are sent directly into your bank account, which may be quite valuable if you have a big number of transactions.
    When opposed to utilizing an end-to-end provider such as Stripe, the merchant services integration often requires more development effort due to the fact that less payment related functionalities are given out-of-the-box.

Yes, we specialize in highly customized solutions, and it is normal for us to collaborate with already-established systems and organizations.
As part of our collaboration efforts with other suppliers that are important to your company, we strive to establish a strong collaborative connection that is based on cooperation and support for all parties involved.
If these stakeholders are critical to the project's success, we suggest that you schedule a phone conversation or meeting with them as soon as possible to discuss their ideas and figure out how to work around any potential environmental constraints.

Yes, if it is a digital format. The majority of app projects begin with the creation of bespoke images that depict how the app will appear and feel before we begin developing it.
As part of the design process, we investigate the significance of your brand, its image, and the overall operation of your company. Our engineers can build a design that is simple to use while still performing well for your company after we have gained an understanding of your goals and objectives. I use the term "engineer" in this context because excellent design is more than simply lovely visuals - everything we develop needs to be functional for the people who use it. Frequently, this translates into users who love using the website or app, as well as the implementation of procedures that are optimized to convert visitors into customers.
We'll often begin the design process by wireframing the different aspects of the project, keeping the user journey in mind throughout the whole process, as described above. Once you're satisfied with the wireframes and specifications, we'll create professional-looking mockups that demonstrate how your app or website will seem once it's completed. You will be given the chance to provide feedback on the appearance and feel of the website, and we will not begin coding it until you are satisfied and have signed off on the artwork.
When it comes to effective design and usability, it is all about constant improvement depending on how consumers interact with what we have created. Heat maps and films produced by tools like as HotJar let us observe how people are interacting with your post-launch product in the real world, giving us vital insight into what is working and what needs to be improved.

Most likely, yeah. We prefer to use our own design approach wherever feasible since it enables us to give the highest level of quality and consistency, but we are willing to be flexible in this regard.
Providing your designs are strong and we are confident in their ability to be successful, we will be able to collaborate with you on them. If, on the other hand, they do not satisfy our high standards, we will be upfront with you and propose that we produce the designs for you instead of you.

Almost without a doubt. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements will have an impact on your organization whether you operate a website or keep client data. Avoiding the new requirements might result in penalties of up to 4% of annual income, or €20 million. You don't want to get this one wrong since the consequences could be catastrophic.
We understand that this is a complicated subject, so if you want to learn more, we've produced an essay on how to prepare for GDPR that is packed with practical advice and recommendations.

Yes.
If you have a website or app that only requires a modest amount of resources, we can host your project on one of our managed servers. In the event that you have particular hosting needs or resource demands, or if you want something more specialized, we may set you up with your own dedicated, cloud, or load balanced hosting infrastructure.
For example, if you want a multi-server hosting solution that can manage enormous levels of processing and traffic throughout the globe, we may recommend Amazon's EC2, Cloud Front, Elastic Load Balancer, and S3 storage capabilities.
Choosing a hosting plan is a good starting point if you aren't sure what you need. You can always upgrade to a more complex setup if your requirements change.

Our basic servers are backed up on a daily basis, both on site through bare-metal backups in the case of a total server failure and at a secure redundant off-site location inside the United Kingdom, according to industry standards. Data may be retrieved fast and fully as a result of the several levels of backup redundancy provided by this method.
When it comes to data backups, we can design a unique arrangement for you depending on the level of granularity that you want. Contact us for more information.

Throughout every project, we naturally give some level of strategic advice around your company and marketing strategies based on our previous expertise, and we can develop solutions that interact with your social media or email marketing software. We are not, however, a full-service Delaware marketing firm, and so do not produce text or run your marketing campaigns on your behalf.
If you want strategic marketing, social media, or search engine optimization assistance, we have a number of reputable partner firms with whom we collaborate on a regular basis and who we would be pleased to introduce you to. To request an introduction to one of our selected suppliers, please do not hesitate to contact us and let us know the specifics of your need.

We use both Waterfall and AGILE methodologies, depending on which methodology is most suited to your company's needs and how you wish to collaborate with us.
What follows is a guide to choose which method to take.
The majority of customers that approach us with a new project want us to offer them with a fixed-price proposal to fulfill a scope of work that has been agreed upon. It makes sense from a budgetary standpoint, and you require a fixed figure in order to plan for or sign off on purchasing decisions. If this describes you, then we will most likely use a Waterfall technique to project management to complete the initial version of your project. If this describes you, then
A waterfall approach implies that a project plan is developed before the project begins (at the top of the waterfall), and once the project begins, all of the previously stated plans fall into place as a result of the waterfall process.
Though less flexible than an agile method, which allows for large-scale modifications to be made as required by the company, this procedure guarantees complete transparency in terms of the products and services Delaware you get, as well as the costs associated with them.
You designate an approximate direction in which you want your website or app to go (product roadmap), but you don't declare everything up front with AGILE software development. Instead, you work in Sprints, which are one-month (or shorter) cycles that are repeated over and over again. When you begin each sprint, you agree on the work that will be performed within that time, as well as what constitutes a successful outcome.
The AGILE process is much more flexible than a waterfall method in that it allows for substantial modifications to the project in response to changing business demands and requirements, but it does not give the same long-term future prediction that a waterfall strategy does.
Think of it as a series of mini-waterfall projects spread throughout the year. Each sprint concludes at the conclusion of a short period of time, allowing you to deliver new features and versions on a regular basis while also altering the strategy for what will be produced as your priorities shift over time. When using AGILE, you specify a monthly budget that corresponds to the amount of development time that you need, rather than a project cost.
As a result of knowing that your needs are unlikely to alter over the course of the project, waterfall is less flexible but gives more budget certainty. AGILE is more adaptable and provides you with a procedure that easily allows for regular adjustment as your priorities alter, but it also necessitates a more flexible pay-for-time approach to billing, which is not always possible. If you want to start a project that will alter little over time, then the Waterfall method may be the ideal choice for you to use. If you have a large number of features that you want to include into your project after the first release of version one, we advocate adopting an AGILE method with a defined monthly spending budget.

Yes, we will need your assistance in testing the project, if that is possible.
Even though we have systems in place for testing and quality assurance, the way we think about and use your app is different from the way you would. Given that you specified the project and that you are the best person to know what you want, it's likely that you will utilize and interact with what we've produced in ways that we couldn't have foreseen.
Even if everything works flawlessly when we give it over to you, you will need to double-check that everything is functioning as intended before you can sign off on the job with confidence that we have completed the project according to your requirements.
The process of testing and obtaining sign-off will take some time commitment towards the conclusion of a project, and maybe at intervals during the project's lifespan as well – so make sure to block out some time in your calendar for when it is required.

We recognize that there are a variety of circumstances in which you may develop to the point where you no longer need our services Delaware. For example, a start-up may not have the skills or funding to hire and put in place the mechanisms that are required to manage an effective in-house development team for a period of time after it has been established. However, as the company expands, the commercial environment may alter as well, making the option to bring the development team in-house a sound long-term investment decision.
And we're OK with it - in fact, we've made preparations for it.
Our programming is based on popular frameworks that are utilized by a large number of the world's most successful teams. Consider the fact that we utilize the React Foundation for many of our projects, which is the same framework upon which Facebook is based and which powers all of their many products. These frameworks, when properly implemented, establish rules and standards that ensure that the work that developers do is consistent.
These advantages are also available to you: Our offices may explode, which we genuinely hope will not happen; nonetheless, there are experienced development teams all around the globe that can take up where we left off if the worst happens. You will have more peace of mind as a result of this large reduction in project risk.
We also use GIT, which is an industry-standard tool for version control, to manage our code. It's similar to being able to save your game as you go - at critical points in the development process, developers may save their work, and GIT will keep track of all the file modifications that make up each save-state.
GIT maintains a record of who has worked on what and when, allowing us to manage the many versions of your application while also allowing numerous individuals to work on a project in parallel without fear of conflicting with one another. Once everyone is finished, we can use a procedure known as a merge to bring all of the new code and features together.
These strategies enable our staff to operate constructively with one another, resulting in a win-win situation that lowers the risk to your company as well.

Yes. VentCube is neither a single developer working from a back office, nor is it a front firm where one person interacts with the customer while delegating all of the development work to third-party vendors and pocketing big profits in the process.
We have a development staff in the United Kingdom that is paid in the United Kingdom, and we have seats that swivel so that individuals can turn around and chat to one another in person.
We may from time to time use the services of a trusted hired resource or consultant to assist us with non-core duties such as copywriting, animation, and graphic design, but that is the extent of our involvement.
We do things this way because we want to foster a learning culture inside our organization. We want people on our team to be constantly improving their abilities by absorbing knowledge from others around them. Deep personal connections are important to the development of a high-performing team, which is why we like to have our weekly one-on-one meetings with our team members face-to-face.

Because there is a distinction between a website and a web application, this response will focus only on website content management. If you're interested in learning more about how we create applications, please see our response to the question "What programming languages and frameworks do you use?"
We use a number of different content management systems, each of which has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Yii2, Laravel, NodeJS, MODX, and WordPress are some of our favorite frameworks, but we've also worked with a variety of others, including Drupal, Concrete5, Opencart, and Prestashop.
There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all content management system since each one caters to a certain specialty. However, if your needs are straightforward, we will almost certainly propose MODX or WordPress.
Sometimes you may have more ambitious ambitions for your website than the ones listed below. Depending on your needs, you may want user login features with a customized dashboard, capabilities to accept recurring payments, or the ability to develop an app that links to your website and populates it with data. If you fall within this group, you should probably consider having us construct your website utilizing a development framework such as Yii2, Laravel, NodeJS ExpressJS/Sails, or another similar framework.

In the case of modest requests, normally ranging from £1000 to £5000, we will charge a 50 percent initial payment, followed by a final 50 percent deposit when the job is completed.
For bigger scopes of work, we will divide the payments throughout the course of the project, with payments made at regular intervals throughout. Consider the following scenario: a £12,000 project spread over three months would be divided into four payments of £3,000. (25 percent each).
Any costs associated with the planning day must be paid in full prior to the first planning day meeting.
We operate in this manner because it helps to maintain your cash flow and ensures that you do not have to spend excessive amounts of money up front before receiving any output from us.

Absolutely! Here is a small selection of our favorites:

The lean start-up

In addition to start-up entrepreneurs, this book is applicable to current firms that are introducing new items into the market. It discusses the most efficient method of launching and testing a new technological product, allowing you to reduce waste and increase success.

Traction

So you've just finished building your new start-up or product, and now comes the difficult part: marketing it in order to gain significant traction! It demonstrates to you how firms, both new and old, have found and utilized one or more of the 19 marketing channels that are now available in order to achieve exponential growth. Traction is available in both English and Spanish.

The start-up funding book

If you're a startup in the United Kingdom who's interested in learning how to self-fund your enterprise, this book is for you. Loans, accelerator programs, angel and equity investors, and a variety of other financing possibilities are all covered in detail.