You have this great idea behind a website or app. Perhaps it’s the launch of something new or it’s an update to an already existing site or app. You’ve (hopefully) analysed what you want to include in terms of functionality and why. Both from the user’s and the business’ point of view.
The truth is, most entrepreneurs launch their companies without an brilliant idea and proceed to discover one, or if they do start with what they think is a superb idea, they quickly discover that it’s flawed and then rapidly adapt. From TechCrunch guest post 'Don't bet big. Little bets are the ones that turn into billion dollar ideas'.
An iPhone app is not a mobile strategy, it's an iPhone app. Said by Google's Ian Carrington, tweeted by @chrisjvernon
Sometimes something leaks or goes live when it’s not meant to. No matter what precautions you take, when the human factor (or technology for that matter) is involved mistakes happen.
Last week Twitter released version 3.3 of their Twitter iPhone app. Some of the features are lovely and a great example of how to adapt your app according to the device. However, one new features was not great namely the quick bar which overlaps the tweet feed.