#MobileChat No. 18 with Justin Ferrell

So, your company or brand has finally decided to build a mobile app. Where do you start?
Should you build an Apple, Android, Blackberry, or Windows app?
Which one should you build first?
Is one particular mobile platform better for your app and your audience?
Is there any way to build an app that can work cross-platform on mobile devices?
These are some of the questions I’ve asked Justin Ferrell, a Twitter friend and fellow builder of mobile apps and technophile to answer for us on our next #MobileChat.Here’s how Justin describes himself on his LinkedIn profile:
Justin Ferrell is a mobile developer and strategist at a digital marketing agency in Fayetteville, West Virginia called Digital Relativity. He is also willing to discuss Star Wars, movies other than Star Wars, sushi, Batman, Breaking Bad and consumer electronics. (In that order)
If your company and brand are seriously considering entering the native mobile app world soon or hope to expand your mobile footprint onto other mobile platforms, #MobileChat on Wednesday, November 28th is truly a MUST. Live Q/A with Justin starts at 9pm ET.
Chat more soon!Patrick Goodman
Red e App Product and Engagement Director
Share This Post
Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on email

More To Explore

Magnifying Glass Copy
Workforce Management

Workforce Management Trends

Will the last employee out the door please turn off the lights. Many are calling it the “Great Resignation,” with the U.S. Bureau of Labor

Red e App Small Business copy
Employee Engagement

Is Red e App suitable for small businesses?

Since the pandemic, America’s workforce has been in a state of flux. With talent shortages, increasing competition, and technological disruption, there is a greater need


Technology enables real change

Red e App isn’t here just to sell software to put a Band-Aid on your communication problems — we’re out to change the world for non-desk workers. We’ve spent years in the trenches with companies of all sizes and all levels of complexity, and we’d love to help you consider how to make real change in your organization.