I used to think that phones and tablets were an afterthought when it came to making great apps, but now I’m starting to see why.
A lot of apps are built with a lot of customization, but I find that it’s not necessarily about how well you do in those apps, or whether you get good results in them.
The thing that really matters to me is how well your app does in the context of your app’s intended purpose, which is to connect with and entertain people.
I’ll often say to my clients: “How many times have you seen a photo of yourself in your app?
That’s your avatar.
How many times did you look at your avatar?”
Now that I’m actually doing it, I see that I can actually tell that I actually like people and that I enjoy the experience.
That means a lot.
You have to have something that people are happy with.
And you need to be able to make that happen with a really, really good user experience.