Mobile Apps

Design & Development Native is the best way to go

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Businesses are putting more emphasis on mobile app development. With a portfolio of businesses both locally and nationally, we understand the significance of ‘collaborative development’, to ensure we fulfil your needs and requirements whilst developing a concept which best fits your budget.

At Odd Panda Design we pride ourselves as one of the very few development companies in Edinburgh with the ability to offer both iOS and Android native development. With a talented team who are passionate about user experience and design, we help create beautiful and accessible products which are responsive on different devices.

Our Process

We have many clients that come to us with a great mobile app idea, but it is down to us as the developers to provide a successful process for delivery. We adopt an iterative design and development process using an agile approach with targeted milestones and sprints. Our process ensures each sprint includes planning, development, testing and a review before progressing. We have found this has been the best method for producing a successful app with good user experience.

The Support

We can provide the necessary support you require for the long-term, post launch. Our cross-skilled pandas can look after your application into the future, ensuring it stays optimised for your company needs. We offer a range of support packages to cater for your requirements to deal with any future updates. Speak to us about what your options are.

What We Offer

We specialise in native iOS and Android development and pride ourselves on producing high quality user experiences (UX) and user interfaces (UI) across a wide range of platforms and devices. We offer a wide range of services:

  • Detailed mockup design
  • Interactive wireframe prototype
  • Developed in close communication with client
  • Bespoke features
  • In-depth Testing
  • Prototype for closed user testing
  • Launch to Apple App Store / Google Play Store

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