My name: Mariam Mohammed
Event: how to build an application
Date:23 oct 2018 tueasday
Presenter: Albandari AlSubaie
Location: Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University
What happened: A group of students participated in the InJaz Saudi Arabia competition and provided idea about the smart Casher, but they did not have enough experience to work in this idea. They contacted with a factory in Abha and they do the project. they did not give up because of the short time to found Investor. Then they went to the senior management Carrefour and asked to meet him. They encountered a problem in the manager’s interview, but they continued to ask for a meeting, they presented their project with all their professionalism and was accepted before one day of injaz competition.
They didn’t win but they don’t stop at this point, insisted on completing the project. they were four of the hole team to complete. One day they go to attend a course and by chance the speaker was manager of develop and take company. They talk with her about their idea and They presented it she accepted the idea. they paid off all debt on the application
What was the experience: They have gained experience in how they make programs, how they communicate with companies, present their project, and how to start the project? Failure to does not mean succeed.
What did other people do What did you do: Everyone had a good listener to platform and the feedback was very good of response, inquiry and questions and everyone was proud of what was done.
What was the purpose: Know the way to start the project and not fear and How to build an application?
the learnings from the event or activity
What did you learn? I learn how to do Market research, Choose the right project, Create a logo and Implementation I learned how to believe in myself and didn’t say no to opportunities and to take advantage of all opportunities available and develop myself and believe in the importance of technology for projects in our time and the way of marketing them through social media sites.
How to Build an App?
Step 1: Set a Goal.
Step 2: Sketch your Ideas.
Step 3: Research, research, and then research some more.
Step 4: Wireframe
Step 5: Start Defining
Step 6: Check Your Model
Step 7: Get Building
Step 8: Design the Look
Step 9: Test Your App, AGAIN.
Step 10: Modify and Adjust
Step 11: Beta Testing
step 12: Implementation
The process of gathering, analyzing and interpreting information about a market, about a product or service to be offered for sale in that market, and about the past, present and potential customers for the product or service; research into the characteristics, spending habits, location and needs of your business’s target market, the industry as a whole, and the particular competitors you face.
Market Research Methods:
In conducting your market research, you will gather two types of data: primary and secondary. Primary research is information that comes directly from the source–that is, potential customers. You can compile this information yourself or hire someone else to gather it for you via surveys, focus groups and other methods. Secondary research involves gathering statistics, reports, studies and other data from organizations such as government agencies, trade associations and your local chamber of commerce.
I know we see literally hundreds of them all throughout the day, but what exactly is a logo? I’m betting most wouldn’t be able to answer this question, at least not in a simple manner. A logo is a fundamental part of any brand and any marketing plan, yet it is probably one of the most over-looked pieces of any business.
Let’s face it: we tend to take brand logos for granted. So, what exactly is a logo and what does it do?
At first glance, a logo helps us recognize a brand name and reminds of us of its existence, helping keep it top of mind. Without a logo, the product would certainly disappear. You can’t really be a brand without a logo. Imagine trying to find Tide on the laundry detergent shelf if there wasn’t a big orange Tide logo on all the packaging? Logo help us to know what it is. (Identity)
Choose the right project:
Choosing the Right Project Management Software: a PM’S Guide
When it comes to organizing work, there are a lot of options available. To do apps are great for organizing personal workload. But organizing a team’s workload needs dedicated project management software that enables communication and collaboration.
That’s why selecting the right project management software is so important. The right tool will impact project success and help the project manager ship on time. It can actually make or break a project.
How to select the right project management software?
Step 1: Outline your needs
Step 2: Look for alternatives
Step 3: Test-drive and evaluate against your needs
Step 4: Evaluate costs
Step 5: Implementation
The Implementation Process
The implementation process involves getting the work done. Much of what will be undertaken at this stage will depend on the nature of the selected response. However, there are some generic points that can be made about implementation. Probably the most important point is that implementation should start as soon after the planning has been completed as possible. There are several reasons for this:
In order to start a business is not easy, especially if you do not have the skills and expertise. It is a great challenge and a few who are engaged in this challenge and when Al-Bandari spoke about her experience, I know she was one of them. In order to do your project there are many steps and plans that should be followed as I mentioned earlier that the experience of completing the experience is very wonderful and I wish I am going to the next year I learned how to take advantage of opportunities and not afraid to face failure and how to market for myself and my project and how to go through experiences and it would not be wrong if especially wrong at first because The cost of the mistake at the beginning less and how to make the logo and how it chose and the impact of social networking sites in our time and how to market through these sites.
MARKET RESEARCH 2010,.
Roe, M. (2004). Market research un action. Austraillia:Thomson learning