Our Structured Process for App Dev
Agile development for rapid results.
- Discovery and Planning: We start by understanding your unique needs, target audience, and business objectives. We gather requirements, explore ideas, and define the scope of the project. This stage helps us establish a clear vision for the mobile app and set expectations.
- Wireframing and Design: Our designers create wireframes and mockups to visualize the app's structure and user flow. We focus on crafting intuitive, engaging user interfaces that deliver outstanding experiences. Once the design is approved, we move forward with the development.
- Development: Our skilled developers utilize their expertise in iOS, Android, or cross-platform development to build the mobile app. They follow best practices and adhere to coding standards to ensure the app is efficient, reliable, and scalable.
- Quality Assurance and Testing: We conduct rigorous testing on various devices and platforms to identify and fix any issues. Our QA team performs functional, performance, and usability tests, among others, to ensure the mobile app meets quality standards and operates seamlessly.
- Deployment: Once the app passes all tests, we deploy it to the respective app stores (Google Play, Apple App Store). We work closely with you to manage the submission process, including app store optimization, to increase visibility and downloads.
- Post-launch Support and Maintenance: Kevadiya offers ongoing support and maintenance services to ensure your mobile app remains up-to-date, secure, and functional. We address any bugs or issues that arise, provide updates for compatibility with new devices and OS versions, and add new features as needed.
How Mobile Applications Have
Improved Public Transportation
Mobile applications have become increasingly important in public transportation, offering multiple benefits to passengers, operators, and transit agencies.
Trip Planning: Mobile apps can provide passengers with real-time information about routes, schedules, and delays. They can suggest the best route based on user preferences, such as minimizing transfers or walking distance. These apps can also display real-time arrival and departure information for buses, trains, and other transit options.
Mobile Ticketing: Mobile apps can enable passengers to purchase tickets, passes, or pay for fares directly from their smartphones. This reduces the need for physical tickets and streamlines the boarding process, improving efficiency and convenience for both passengers and transit operators.
Live Tracking: Mobile apps can provide live tracking of public transit vehicles, allowing passengers to see their current location and estimated arrival times. This helps users plan their trips better and reduces the stress of waiting for a bus or train without knowing when it will arrive.
Alerts and Notifications: Mobile apps can send push notifications to users about service disruptions, schedule changes, or other important updates. This helps passengers stay informed and make necessary adjustments to their travel plans.
Accessibility Features: Mobile apps can incorporate accessibility features such as audio announcements, large text, and high-contrast visuals to assist passengers with disabilities. They can also provide information about wheelchair-accessible routes, elevators, or other accessibility services.
Multi-modal Integration: Mobile apps can integrate various modes of transportation, such as buses, trains, taxis, rideshares, and bike-sharing systems. This helps passengers plan seamless, door-to-door trips using a combination of transit options.
Feedback and Reporting: Mobile apps can offer a platform for passengers to report issues, provide feedback, or rate their experiences. This helps transit agencies identify areas for improvement and address customer concerns more efficiently.
Gamification and Incentives: Mobile apps can use gamification features to encourage sustainable and efficient transportation choices. For example, passengers can earn points, rewards, or discounts for using public transit during off-peak hours or carpooling with other passengers.