Here is an insight of the standard process followed by BridgApp:
1. Project Discovery & Understanding
2. Scoping & Estimations
3. Wire-framing & Functionality
4. Design & Development
6. App Store Optimization
8. Maintenance & Support
Every project is assigned to a project leader who stands responsible to take care of interaction with the client. He/she, on behalf of all team, creates communication with respective client and implements things accordingly.
Mobile application development includes several steps. Little ignorance even at single place can cause security related issues to the app. We know all those loose-ends causing security breaches / data theft and thus use following things to make every app secure:
1. Using authentication token system so that input and output do are not get hacked during the data transmission
2. Encrypting sensitive data to make data storage secured
We are here to take the responsibility of your app and to get it published on store but if you want, you too can do it on your own…
We work milestone-wise which means a project, based on its phases of progress, is divided into different segments. Completion of each segment is considered completion of a milestone. When a milestone is achieved, client is required to release payment for that specific milestone.
It is not an issue at all. We stay honest to both technical and non-technical clients. In fact we have worked for a number of clients from non-IT industries and have helped each of them by successfully implementing their apps, from conceiving an idea to publishing it on stores.
No it won’t. OS providers like Apple and Android take care of differences between old and new OSs at their ends. It means no app stops working whenever a new OS is released. But if any issue occurs and it happens because of the programming of an app, it is advised you create a list of all those issues and contact the development company which will fix them by making changes to the code.
Every app is different and so is their cost. It’s hard to quote a single cost of two mobile app developments of same type. They are the features and functionalities which decide the cost of a mobile app development project. But generally an app may cost somewhere from $1,000 to 100,000 and more.
There are multiple of factors such as demography, cost, time to enter market, etc which help you decide whether you should implement an app to one between iOS and Android or to both.
You should ask following questions to yourself to get right answer:
1. Which demographic you want to target your app to?
2. Which platform does your target audience use?
3. How much budget you have to invest in the project?
When you have clear answers to all above asked questions, you would be able to decide about the platform your want to target; however, BridgApp does have consultants to provide clients with better assistant.
At BridgApp, we are ready to sign NDA even before you share your idea with us; however, we make sure to keep high level of confidentiality with respect to your idea, with an NDA and even without it.
BridgApp offers three options for maintaining and refreshing your site content. We don't care which option you choose, but we strongly encourage you to update your site regularly.
1. The Pay as You Go Plan: Call us when you need to add to or make a change to your content. We'll complete your request within 48 hours, and bill you at our standard hourly rate. Urgent requests can generally be completed within a few hours for an additional charge.
2. Ongoing Maintenance Plan: Sign up for one of our ongoing maintenance plans, and you'll receive a discount on our standard rates.
3. Content Management System (CMS): Purchase a Content Management System from BridgApp and make all the changes you want. Perfect if your site requires frequent updates.
Yes! For one time changes, we will provide you with an estimate before beginning the work and charge at our standard hourly rate. If you anticipate regular needs for maintenance, one of our Ongoing Maintenance Plans may be more cost-effective for you.
For small projects, 50% of the estimated fee must be provided prior to beginning work, with the remaining payment due upon completion of the project. For larger projects, an initial payment representing one-third of the estimated total fee is required. The second payment is required upon the halfway point, with the final third due upon completion of the project.
The length of time it takes to create a fully functional website is based on several factors. Custom design work can take anywhere from 1 - 4 weeks, depending on the complexity of the design and the number of revisions you require. The development phase requires an additional 1 - 6 weeks, depending on the number of pages, and the functionality required. Of course, these are general guidelines, and we will make every effort to meet the time frame you have in mind.
A fully customized, unique website design starts at $449, and page development is $50 - $75 each. Pricing for other services and functionality are outlined separately on our pricing page to help you determine and control the amount of your investment. We also provide our clients with a detailed estimate before any work begins.
Absolutely! In fact, we encourage it. We build your website on our development server, and provide you with a username and password so that you can log in and monitor the progress of your site. During this phase, we encourage your feedback if something isn't quite the way you envisioned it or if you've changed your mind. Once your site is ready and you have provided your approval, we release it live on your server and submit your URL to the major search engines.
We give as much latitude as we possibly can. After you've identified the general format and color schemes of your preferred design, we'll complete up to 2 rounds of major revisions at no charge. All minor revisions are provided at no charge.
Yes. Our web design and development service includes configuration of your email accounts, detailed monthly traffic reports and basic search engine optimization services. Basic SEO includes submission of your site to the major search engines, and the setup of your primary metatag information (Page Title, Description and Keywords). Additionally, your site is built from the ground up with search engine friendly technologies and methods.