Kolkata, India (PressExposure) February 20, 2015 -- In a unique move to provide an in-depth insight into the mobile app development processes, Teknowledge Software has started a series called 'Teks App Stories'. The stories are updated on the company's official blog, and has garnered considerable readership among tech enthusiasts already.
The series made its debut on the blog of the mobile app company last week, with a case study of the 'I Can Be Anything' application. Since then, five more stories have been added to the series - and the senior officials of Teks have plans to add many more. The latest entry into the series is 'Talk Nah!', a social networking app that promises anonymity.
According to reliable sources from the reputed Android/iPhone app development company, the series of app stories have not been launched as a marketing or promotional tool. Instead, the specific features, problems and functionality related to each individual app will be highlighted in the stories. Opinions from Mr. Fakhruddin, the founders of the apps, as well as select app-users will also be used in the stories. Each of the posts would have the feel of a story - the story behind the creation of each application.
Speaking on this topic, Mr. Fakhruddin emphasized on the importance of actually relishing the challenge of making iOS and Android apps within pre-specified deadlines, and as per client-specifications. He feels that the app stories are reflective of precisely that fun and excitement, which is a hallmark of the way of work at Teknowledge Mobile Studio. With a chuckle in his voice, Mr. Fakhruddin also said that he was planning for a long time to start a series of video 'ceo-gyan's - but was not getting any time out to do so.
The app stories have been formed in a truly comprehensive manner. Each of the 6 stories published till date starts off with a retelling of how the company bagged the project, when the free app quote was sent to the client, and how the actual app development proceeded. For most of the stories, wireframes and mockups of the apps are being included, to give a feel of how the mobile software works. The key focus is to let readers understand exactly the process via which each app saw the light of day. The store links of the apps are also, of course, placed in the story - so that people could try out the apps after reading their tales.
Extensive research has gone in for the making of each story, and Mr. Fakhruddin and his team plan to keep things that way in future too. Before starting out a story, the Android/iPhone app developer in charge of that app is asked to fill up a brief questionnaire. A description of his/her experience while working on the project is sought, along with information about the tools used for the development, the app testing techniques employed, and any other difficulties that might have cropped up at that time. Following this, Mr. Fakhruddin gets in touch with the clients via email, and requests for opinions, quotes and feedback on the app. All the information is then systematically arranged and presented in the app stories.
Reading through the Teks app stories makes one thing pretty clear - the company actively makes its clients a part of the development process. Mr. Fakhruddin stated that the final draft of each of the stories is emailed to the concerned client, for approval. Suggestions and corrections (if any) are made, prior to publishing the stories on the Teks blog.
Mr. Fakhruddin has personally drawn up a list of 22 iOS apps for which stories will be published. The idea of presenting stories in a conversational format with snippets of information and screenshots is certainly a lot more interesting than run-of-the-mill case studies. Teknowledge has once again sprung a cool, interesting surprise.
To get more information about the app company, visit http://www.teks.co.in. Mr. Fakhruddin and his team can be contacted at 91-33-40649087 and via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Free quotes can be requested directly from the website of the company. The Teks App Stories series is already a success, and it is likely to enhance the global awareness about the company further.