Why You Should Make Mobile First a Priority

How would you define a mobile first strategy? The answer would really depend on if you’re on the consumer or supplier side. Mobile first a common thought across the board for most companies who are looking at new ways to generate revenue and reach their audiences. With audiences on the go more than ever before, it’s important to connect with them on their most personal device. It’s also important to…

Continue reading article ›

The Other Side of App Development: Support

That was a review someone had posted in the App Store for Winery Passport on Saturday night. When I read it Sunday morning, a feeling of extreme satisfaction came over me. Outside of developing and marketing all of the apps and Web properties I maintain, I always put a strong emphasis on supporting them as well. One of the ways I do that is through blogging. I often write about…

Continue reading article ›

The Ups & Downs of App Maintenance

The latest versions of LetterSlider Free and Pro had been polished off, ready to be sent to Apple for approval. But during the validation phase, we received an error: “Your App contains non-public API usage. Please review the errors, correct them, and resubmit your application.” My first thought was, “Where do I begin?” I went from the refreshed feeling of knowing LetterSlider was operating optimally and ready to be sent…

Continue reading article ›

A Few Expert Tips on App Development

The last couple months have been filled with excitement here at BakBurner Digital. While LetterSlider has been performing really well, we’ve turned our focus to a new app. I am not quite ready to make that official announcement yet but it will be made here first. The process of starting a new app isn’t something we try to cut corners on. There are some folks who attempt to churn out…

Continue reading article ›

Producing Our First Mobile App

Over the past two months, I’ve embarked on the new venture of building a mobile application. Not just any mobile application either; a fully developed game to compete with the likes of Scramble with Friends and other word-search challenges. While I’m not expecting to be even in the same ballpark as that aforementioned gaming juggernaut, I hope to have built something many people will play and find entertaining. I have…

Continue reading article ›