Creating an app for your startup or business can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right approach, you can streamline the app development process and bring your vision to life. One key element of this process is the app blueprint. An app blueprint is a detailed plan that outlines the technical requirements, user flow, and design of your app. In short, it’s a roadmap that guides the development of your app from start to finish.
The app development process requires a blueprint
In this interview, we will take a deep dive into the world of app blueprinting and explore the key elements of the app development process. I discussed the topic with Eddie Irvin, an experienced app architect who has helped countless startups and businesses bring their app ideas to life.
Eddie will share his insights on how to plan and project your app, the key factors to consider in app development, and how to launch your app with confidence. Whether you’re a tech startup founder, CEO, or entrepreneur, this interview is packed with valuable information that will help you navigate the app development process.
You can choose to listen to the full audio podcast or watch the video version below:
I’ll also include a transcript of some of the questions that were asked during the interview. This way you can have a better understanding of the main concepts of app blueprinting, and how it can help you in the app development process.
App Blueprinting for Startups
App blueprinting is a crucial step in the app development process, and it’s one that should not be overlooked. With a solid blueprint in place, you’ll be able to communicate your vision to developers, identify potential issues early on, and ultimately create an app that meets the needs of your users. Let’s see how to create a blueprint that will save you time and money and set you on the path to success with your app.
How can people utilize your skills as an app architect?
Eddie Irvin: That’s a great question. Where I find it the most helpful is when founders come to me with this Vision they have, this idea they know they have through and through in their mind but they haven’t really gotten it out into technical documentation, into a solid plan that the developers can build it.
So, what I do with them is spend a lot of time helping get the vision out, pulling the vision out, asking lots of good questions to clarify, and also helping figure out what road is better. I help them get extremely clear and in writing what it is that they want to build so that then when they go into development they can also get quotes for lots of different teams easily because they’ve got this document that says exactly what they need. Then, when they get a bill they’re not going around in circles of development playing an expensive game off of telephone: ~ you know that wasn’t what I wanted…Can you build it differently? All that waste.
You can avoid all that by being just super clear from the beginning.
What’s the main reasoning behind your business?
I find that the main reason why I started this business is mostly because of miscommunication. Trying to understand and take all of those founders’ pieces but then make them make sense into something that the developers can build. This is priceless.
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