Got an APP-etite for success?

Attend our upcoming event app-etite for success!

Mobile Application Development can be done in a variety of formats and tools. This presentation focuses on the technical side of mobile application design, development and testing, and what skills are needed.

We also look into trends locally and globally, and touch on mobile strategies.

Topics covered include:

  • State of the mobile
  • Digital and mobile convergence
  • Disrupting software development
  • Mobile strategy
  • Challenges
  • User expectations
  • How to target mobile
  • Native development
  • Web development
  • Hybrid
  • Requirements first
  • Future?

Erik Ferrari serves as iSolutions Manager and is part of the innovation team at Wolters Kluwer CCH. Over the past five years, Erik has been one of the companys key technologists helping to drive innovation in the delivery of content to all different type of devices. Prior to CCH, Erik had a successful career as an IT-consultant and technical architect and has been involved in many projects in Europe, North America and Asia/Pacific. Erik developed his first mobile app based on WAP technology in 2001.

Chris Taylor is a solutions architect in Wolters Kluwer CCH?s iSolutions team in Sydney. He has been responsible for a number of the customer research, analysis and usability projects and has been heavily involved in the resulting prototype and product developments. Before iSolutions Chris was a CCH team leader and editor and also has more than 15 years experience as a newspaper and magazine journalist in Australia and the UK.

An audio recording of this session will be made available to ALLA members.

If you are not a financial member of ALLA you are still welcome to come to the CPD session, the cost is $10 to be paid on the day.

The important stuff 

Where: Thomson Geer Lvl 25, 1 O’Connell St  Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia

When: Wednesday, 15 October 2014 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (AEDT)

RSVP at Eventbrite

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