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Mobile Application Development | Iterative Approach in App Development

Date posted: 2019-05-02 10:13

A project’s processes should always be mapped thoroughly at the start and flexibility should be built into it to accommodate changes. Additional requests and added features strain resources and can affect the focus of the product vision, and without the proper controls can severely affect project success.

Agile expert Kevin Aguanno touches on this, stating that for many projects, requirements do (and probably should) change; the key to managing changes is how you react to them. In agile, changes are assessed throughout the project, with a natural break built-in before each iteration.
3. Cost
If there is scope creep or project scope increases but timeline is rigid, budget needs to become the flexible boundary. When more resources are required to deliver and as more features and functionalities are requested for the product, budget changes.

Mobile app development should use an iterative approach, which means support should be accounted for when planning a budget. The numbers may not be exact at the outset, but developing a longer-term strategy with a product roadmap (phased approach, roll-out plan for new features, etc.) will give you a good idea of the effort and resources required as requirements evolve.
Have a Contingency Plan
In an ideal world, you wouldn’t need to be flexible on time, scope, or budget. But failing to account for the fact that you might have to bend as products evolve or new needs arise is very risky; if something does change, there is no contingency plan that allows you to deliver a market-ready product.

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