I strongly believe in ”Mobile First” aproach of everything constitutes the whole business world out there. Mobile is the future and I want to be a part of it.
After having been through many IT study cases and challenges, I’ve ultimately ended up with Android app development.
My moto is ”Make it simple!”.
I’m a fan of the famous acronym KISS (“Keep it simple, stupid“) which is a design principle noted many decades ago. The KISS principle states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated; therefore simplicity should be a key goal in design and development and unnecessary complexity should be avoided.
My experiance in the IT world, has made me strongly believe in simplicity. I’ve seen many applications with complicated features, showing of their extremely complex functions and demonstrating their mazy services, but most of these finally conclude to junk, because most of those features are not only useless to the users, but they make the apps heavy, battery consuming, memory storage binding, saving space occupying and usually unstable and crash resulting. Additionally, those complex functions make the user interface completely unfriendly and difficult to learn and operate. So I don’t believe that all those awesome apps with bells and whistles will always make our life easy. Contrariwise, they usually make it more complicated.
All the above made me set off the “Simple Android Applications” series. Join me!