Applications are one of the most popular aspects of mobile devices, and with such high levels of demand, many of the most successful software ventures in recent years have involved the development of apps.
There are dedicated app stores for each of the major mobile operating systems, and these provide a huge variety of different apps for a multitude of different purposes.
Many people have found success in developing their own applications, but until recently, to develop an app required an intermediate or advanced understanding of at least one programming language, such as Objective-C for Apple operating systems and C++ and Java for multiple platforms, as well as knowledge of development environments and compilers.
But now almost anyone who is IT literate can create applications with no advanced knowledge of programming required.
In this article you will learn about some of the most popular and useful programs for creating apps by yourself.
I've discussed web design's "What If" future before. Friends challenged me to explain what I see in pictures instead of words. The Google presentation here explains the cross functional team we will need to create great websites soon.
Tomorrow's websites will be crated by:
* Graphic Designers. * Quants. * Content / Social / Video Marketers. * Financial support so creative costs don’t drain profits.
And probably 5 other skill sets I'm forgetting. There is no going back. Our What If web design future is sure and coming soon to a website near you. BTW, you don't want to be 4th or 5th to this party :).
Wired AppSeed Transforms Your Sketches Into App Prototypes Wired AppSeed allows you to run the prototype on your mobile device, share the prototype as an HTML5 prototype with others or send the designs to a layered Photoshop file for editing.
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