Cloud Based Web App Usability
Cloud or Web software is neither downloaded nor installed on any computer but is accessible via the web. The cloud-based application presents unique challenges to architects and developers due to their requirement to be different. The applications can be packaged as a set of modules. This enables staggered provisioning and deployment into the cloud, deployment of modules into different stations on the same cloud location or different locations, scaling –up of individual modules, versioning of services and particular implementation without affecting other modules and lots more.
Benefits & Development
The cloud-based application benefits include flexibility, ability to offload on-premises, diversify, workload and adaptability. Operations are simplified, and its adoption can be on a continuous basis. The development process of cloud-based application should match the uses of the application. The process must ensure discovery and assembly of resources present within the cloud to increase the speed of building the software. It must be resourceful and adaptable. The process must also be minimal, sufficient, configurable, practice-based and active.
Ease of Usage
Emails, file storage, and sharing, word processing, data entry, financial accounting features, customer relationship management or inventory management are some of the features which can be included in a cloud-based application task. Usually, cloud-based applications can function offline, but updating can only be done online. They provide fast response and doesn’t require permanent resident on the local device. They don’t consume storage space on a computer or communication device when controlled continuously. The interactivity of a desktop coupled with the portability of a web application can be offered by a well-written cloud application when there is a reasonable amount of fast internet connection.
At CoreiBytes, we provide unique development options for cloud or web-based applications. Our team of coding wizards loves to be challenged and get on with exciting and innovative projects. We like to develop the application from scratch; our ideal clients are businesses that have exceptional and tricky need of an application, we also provide the design and development of the web panel through which the application can be accessed.
The goal of a website might be to introduce a new brand to the world, to sell a product or service, to explain a particular issue to the public or offer information that solves a specific problem. Developing an online strategy which is aimed at actualizing the particular goals of any particular website is critical to the success of the designing of the site.
An identification of the need for the existence of a website and its intended achievement goes a long way in the success of its design. Our developers interact with the clients to discover the need of the site, understand the critical audience of the site and identify its key competitors. The messages that can attract and motivate the targeted audiences and can also differentiate the website from its competitors are always identified and documented.
UX/UI Team Work
The most sophisticated tools are used by the UX/UI team to design a high-fidelity skeletal framework for the website. High-fidelity prototypes are developed to give the project flow. Specific activities and deliverables coupled with specific deadlines are outlined in a project scope so that expectations from clients can be set clearly. A lot of money, time and effort which could have been wasted in iterative reviews are saved while the timely launch of the website is facilitated.
We also create a sitemap by considering all the key pages on the site, illustrating their relationships to one another, and defining how the overall site navigation is structured. The detailed overview of the contents that would appear on each page of the website is provided by the wireframe to define the content hierarchy on the page. The visual style of the site is then created to match the visual brand of the organization to connect the website with all other forms of the organization communications.