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AndroidPIT Infographic: 10 Steps To Building An Awesome App

Eric McBride


Building a good app is no easy task. Most people don't really think about the amount of manhours, testing, development, bug fixing, retesting, updating, marketing, and money that can go into building an awesome app, and even if all those factors are successfully accomplished, there's no guarantee that the app will be successful. Designing good apps is A LOT of work and extremely difficult to do, but the basics you need to take into consideration before/during/after development are actually not that difficult.

We've decided to display those 10 fundamental steps with a new AndroidPIT infographic (**applause** to Andrei and Kamal for putting this together). They basics are by no means complicated, and simply involve a great deal of patience, motivation, discipline, and of course creativity. But if the idea is there, combined with the talent to make that idea a reality, then a big part of the work is already done. But as always, I'm rambling on too much :-D. Here is our infographic for 10 Steps To Building An Awesome App:

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  • Abdullah Eyles Jun 21, 2012 Link

    Nice info-graphic, thanks.

    Just wondered about no. 10, (no, not the PM's residence) shouldn't that be "Follow the PROGRESS of your app"?

  • Eric McBride Apr 28, 2012 Link

    Lol...the steps are naturally not technical ones guys. Naturally you need to know how to code! But to write that as an actual step?

    I think you get my point :-) These are simply fundamentals developers should keep in mind that are recommend by other developers.

  • Cam charles Apr 28, 2012 Link

    Lol the ability to code is a given and not a thing you can simply forget to do and forge on like the rest of these steps

  • Ti Mo Apr 28, 2012 Link

    I'm sorry but those are the basics? O.o
    Try learning java and how to work with eclipse before doing anything haha