One of the most common questions we get asked as a software development agency in Hong Kong is “what differentiates you from other companies?” After we share our approaches and workflow in meetings, it is up to a client to decide which vendor to go with for their project. Continue reading “5 app vendor screening questions when outsourcing development”
The iPhone X is finally arriving on this week! Just from the outlook, you can tell there are many (breaking) changes with previous iPhones, which brings new challenges for design and development. Below we will summarize the key features to factor in to your latest iPhone UI / UX designs.
Let’s talk about the most obvious changes to the iPhone X and how you can prepare for them. Continue reading “iPhone X design updates developers need to know about”
Google Analytics is a great way for business owners to track and analyze where your users are coming from, what they are clicking on around your site, how long they stay on, and where they’re dropping off. With this rich set of data, you can figure out how to increase sales. This article will explore what Google Analytics can do for your business and the basics of how to use this powerful tool.
When my company started writing blog posts a year ago, we discovered two big problems. One was that writing took a long time (majority of us are developers!), the other was distribution. We believe in contributing to the developer community, but what was the point if no one was reading them?
When one of our colleagues suggested we try Medium for more exposure, we were excited. We read stuff on Medium, but how does it work? What topics are Medium readers interested in? We wanted to do some research to answer all these questions. I have a technical background so I suggested crawling some data to see what types of posts and publications performed well. Here, I’ll share with you how we built a web crawler in a day to help our content team figure out what topics to focus on.
Continue reading “Here’s how I applied coding to my job – Crawl Medium post data using Scrapy”
After building your app, it is time to launch it on App Store for users to discover and download your product. We’ve jumped through Apple’s ever-changing regulations and process for app submissions for years, so we’re sharing the app submission content that we’ve been doing for ourselves and clients for years. This is our checklist for 2017 app submission content that needs to be prepared for Apple’s App Store. Continue reading “2017 Checklist for iOS App Submission”
Most people have heard of “crawl rate”, but what is it? Crawl rate is the frequency and speed at which Google bots – and other search engines – “crawl” your website looking for new content to index. Even though most people know being indexed is a good thing, many may not realize that crawl more about speed than frequency. A high crawl rate makes your website means it has a better chance of being properly indexed and discovered. Here are some pointers on how to improve your crawl rate.
Continue reading “10 Ways to Improve your Crawl Rate”
Support it or not, the collection and selling of information has emerged as one of the most lucrative industries of the 21st century, accompanied by a growing violation of personal privacy. Naturally, then, using a secure messaging app has become a growing concern for consumers and businesses alike. Continue reading “How Secure is your Messaging App? 7 Questions and 4 Examples”
Work isn’t always easy. Everyone faces a road bump from time to time and we lose steam with our projects. Luckily many desktop and mobile apps are available to make our lives more productive and easier. The phrase “work smarter, not harder” is even backed by science!
Seeing as November 30th marks the social media campaign celebrating Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, we here at Oursky wanted to celebrate this global campaign by showcasing cool apps with female founders. Dating apps being as popular as they are nowadays (who would have though “swipe right” would become a household saying?), we suddenly asked ourselves how many were founded by women.
Because — let’s face it — the most successful apps like Tinder, Match or Badoo, were mostly founded by men and aren’t always what women are looking for.