With great design comes great responsibility. How we experience the Internet has rapidly changed in the past decade, forcing designs to keep up with the demands of both the technology and the consumers. We’re beginning to recognize that there is more to design than simply how we organize a layout to present information. No, communication has become the central concept for design. I hired https://www.massiveinfinity.com to help design my website’s application. I didn’t want a simple mobile site like so many others have chosen to go with. It might be more easily accessible but the options become fewer and less dependable than an application.
With an application I can offer a greater variety of tools than what my website might be capable of. Considering the nature of my business it’s actually important for my application to be able to tap into the phone’s hardware to take advantage of its own array of tools. Most websites would not be able to do this. On another point, the design of an application allows for more customization and ease of access while a website is bound within the parameters of burdensome flash. HTML5 is great but it has its own suite of limitations that prevent it from tapping into the phone’s hardware.
One major gripe that I currently have is the lack of shared ecosystems across the multiple platforms that dominate the current market. Apple, Amazon and Google. Why Google and Amazon cannot work together is beyond my understanding; they would only be making money. Amazon is awfully protective of their ecosystem but they don’t have the numbers or independent developers uploading their applications onto their internal market to make it matter much at all. If they allowed for more of an easy transition between their Android Fork and the rest, it would be a great place.