Development /

How Apps Earn Money

How apps earn money is all pretty simple really.

Here’s our guide to the money-making opportunities that are out there. One only needs to look at the revenues apps like Candy Crush and Tinder are attracting to arrive at the conclusion that apps can make a ton of cash.

Development /

Why Free Apps Are The Biggest Earners

Is it really possible to make money from free apps?

Take a quick look at the Apple Store app charts, and something becomes immediately obvious: None of the most downloaded apps cost a cent. At face value, they’re free to download and use.

Design /

Why Do You Need a Designer on a Project

Today I would like to tell you why you simply cannot do without a graphic designer on the project or in your workshop and show you with examples why even the application packed with functionalities, having complex business logic and advanced back-end looks insignificant and resembles an amateur handicraft.

Design, Design Principles /

Visual Weight & Direction

Every element on a web page exerts a visual force that attracts the eye of the viewer. The greater the force, the more the eye is attracted. These forces also appear to act on other elements, imparting a visual direction to their potential movement and suggesting where you should look next.

Design, Design Principles /

Designer’s Imaginary Boundaries

We’ve come to a mutual opinion that designer’s imaginary boundaries depend on a person. Some people take rules and regulations as limits when others benefit from these rules and find ways to make their work more efficient and proficient.

Development, Tutorials /

CI & CD using TeamCity

Continuous Integration Continuous Deployment (CI/CD). It automatically downloads a project from the repository, carries out a given procedure and deploys the obtained results to the remote server.