- writing, rewriting, editing, rewriting,
- artwork creation (100-150 separate pieces of art),
- animation and special effect thought process,
- art direction,
- then there's the coding, a lot of coding. Thousands and thousands of lines of code; many of which is developed specifically for our needs.
- Then there's testing, testing, and more testing.
- Then we have a week of beta testing where we send out our apps so that real people other than us can look at them.
This guest blog originally appeared in the examiner.com on July 17th. Nick Nebelsky and Teachers With Apps started corresponding with one another regarding the concept of educational app pricing and a whole conversation ensued. This is a topic well worth educating people about and we appreciate the share. Nick has an app being released in the next two weeks, so stay posted. Are you wondering about the price point? Please read this through to understand what goes into making an app. Thanks, Nick! I'm a full-time programmer/illustrator/writer/marketer/bottle washer. I make my living from creating and developing apps. There are several stages to an app: