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Do you know mobile app development and designing are two different things?

If not, remember your mobile app is designed and developed by two different teams where mobile app developers handle all the coding and technical requirements. On the contrary, the designing team manages tasks like research, user experience design, interfaces design, and so on.

That’s means you have to hire remote app designers and developers separately to build a dynamic app. And, obviously, you also have to set a separate budget for mobile app designing and development.

In this post, you can read out all the different aspects of app designing and the cost of hiring remote designers. So, let’s get started, people!

Cost of Hiring Remote Mobile App Designers Based on Design Elements

As of 2020, around 218 billion mobile apps are downloaded worldwide. In this vast mobile app market, your app can only thrive if all your design elements are simply perfect. So, based on different design elements, hiring designers will cost you as:

Research: It is a fundamental design component. In research, three main things are considered — users, common business challenges, and your competitors. For this part, you’ll need to hire a highly experienced remote designer with good technical knowledge. The research part roughly takes 20 to 40 hours to complete, which can cost you anywhere around $2000 or higher.

UX design: This is the main app layout structure part. Here specialist designers create a user flow diagram that shows a complete user journey on your app. Before creating the UI, designers often create prototypes into wireframes to test the user interface layout. So, to complete this mammoth task, designers have to spend 40 to 160 hours or more. It is hard to predict the exact UX designing cost, but it starts from around $8000 and goes beyond.

UI design: UI design gives a look and feels to your app. This part contains all visual elements like colors, fonts, shapes, etc. For this work, you require a creative and technical designer who can give a unique identity to your brand. UI design takes up around 80 to 320 hours, and accordingly, you have to pay UI designers.

This blog is originally published at:- https://cloudlabs247.com/blog/remote-app-designers-hiring-cost/
Cloudlabs247 2 august 2021, 13:00

Introducing more user - oriented advanced capture and document processing capabilities to its award-winning AI enabled intelligent process automation platform - docAlpha, Artsyl strives to extend its scope and workability to diverse document-based processes.

ONTARIO, CANADA (July 14th, 2021) — Artsyl Technologies, Inc.™, a leading global provider of Artificial Intelligence enabled Intelligent Process Automation (IPA) technologies for document capture and workflow automation, today announced the release of docAlpha 6.4 — adding greater intelligence and focused functionalities to its proprietary digital transformation platform.

docAlpha 6.4 introduces a no-OCR Data Ingestion option to fill fields digitally in the case of digital documents. One of the priorities with the launch of docAlpha 6.4 has been to reduce the number of steps needed to complete a job. With this custom digital import feature, users can browse, parse, and read incoming documents in any format, and map it to fields in the backend profiles of ERPs/ECMs — without the need for advanced capture or OCR.

The new version brings with it a great deal of workability and flexibility for users to configure specific steps for document recognition the way they like— in any order within the same workflow, with the option to discard or add workflow steps a la carte. Document recognition, separation, and splitting parameters can be modified. There are options to perform functions like zonal or full-page OCR, text-based or image-based document classification, document assembly and separation, including based on self-learning technology, in any order, depending on the job at hand.

The ability to separate documents based on self-learning technology is really a nod to customer feedback and our dedication to meeting customer expectations.

Another key feature in this version of docAlpha has been the introduction of a Universal Data Provider (UDP) that dramatically removes the complexities associated with any backend programmable environment. ERPs and various document management systems work using different communication protocols including SOAP, REST, and web-based APIs. Implementing docAlpha with each of these complex backends is now a piece of cake as the software views the entire backend as a simple data source. The newly developed UDP for Acumatica greatly removes the need for customizations and the endless cycle of running and testing custom rules.

User engagement can be met with a user-friendly interface. “All the new features and system enhancements in docAlpha 6.4 have been done with the aim of prioritizing user experience. We believe our customers and partners should be able to apply Artsyl’s AI enabled intelligent process automation platform- docAlpha, to meet their critical business requirements, and that’s exactly what we have tried to achieve with this latest release— a digital transformation solution that works for your business!”- Artur Vassylyev, Founder and CTO, Artsyl Technologies.
Other notable feature upgrades & enhancements include:
● Timer- and schedule-based events to coordinate document processing steps and workflow team collaboration based on specific events and time-sensitive requirements
● Option to apply multiple OCR engines each with potentially different settings and processing goals, for the best document capture results
● A range of import and export connectors for seamless end-to-end intelligent document processing
● Real-time dashboard to monitor workflow progress and status of jobs and reveal any bottlenecks
● Flexible UI with options to show/hide editable fields dynamically based on requirements as a document walks through the workflow steps
In the age of Big Data, business process optimization is not possible without an intelligent mechanism to capture and process that data. Artsyl provides that intelligence— enabling companies to consolidate critical information from unstructured and structured documents for business use.

Contact Us for a demo of our AI enabled intelligent process automation solutions, where we will be showcasing the full list of our latest upgrades that enable uninterrupted document processing.

About Artsyl Technologies, Inc.
Artsyl Technologies is a publisher of an Intelligent Process Automation platform that eliminates the inefficiencies of manual and error-prone processes. The platform utilizes Digital Transformation technologies such as Robotic Process Automation, Cognitive AI, Machine Learning, IDC, OCR/ICR, BPM and iPaaS. Artsyl solutions achieve lower operational costs, improving cash management and increasing business velocity. From this platform, Artsyl also offers pre-packaged Action Solutions delivering process-specific intelligence such as Invoice and Sales Order automation, making implementations efficient and cost effective. To learn more, please visit https://www.artsyltech.com/
Tags: AI, Artsyl, docAlpha, IPA
Olivia 14 july 2021, 11:24

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Would it surprise you if I said that BASIC is still relevant? In addition to being the progenitor of modern home computing, the language is still viable even outside the retro-enthusiast circles. We propose to plunge into a brief overview of the history of its formation, starting from the basics and ending with modern implementations.
xially 12 march 2021, 16:50

Cities are getting cramped
Nearly a third of the entire world’s population is predicted to live in cities – urban areas by 2050. Cities offer better standard of living, better healthcare facilities, lot of job and business opportunities. When most of us move to big cities, they tend to get cramped for space. This causes a lot of headache for city planners – especially as they got to accommodate more people, more vehicles – meaning cities need better and smarter infrastructure design solutions. And multi storey car parks – though not an old concept – fits right into any cramped city.

Multi-storey car parks solves many problems

With subways and roads going underground, there’s only one way car parks can grow – upwards. There are numerous rewards for constructing a multi storey vehicle parking unit from the ground up. Here are five reasons why they work.

#1 Lack of space

Multi-storey parking facilities can store a lot more vehicles than any other parking space. If we combine automated ramps and lifts which can lift cars and park them without the need of a valet, then we can accommodate more vehicles in such parking spaces.
ShirleyStewart 1 december 2020, 13:20

Manage your crypto assets securely by taking part in Private wallets development. With features like multi-currency integration, two-factor authentication, speedy processing of transactions, and cross-platform compatibility, we ensure a futuristic application. Reach out to our knowledgeable developer team and avail a feasible solution soon.
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Dialindany 19 october 2020, 6:37

An attractive fantasy sports app is sure to gain more users. The industry is in the uptrend for many years now, and you, too, as a business person, can try your luck in this sector. There are many firms that will help you with building an optimized Bet365 clone app. With the right marketing strategy, you can excel in the market as people are in search of engaging gaming experience in this lockdown season. When building an app, you can include different oddsmakers to make your app unique, as listed below:
marcus 9 september 2020, 7:47

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The WordPress is a free content management system that has the capability of offering some of the finest features for creating wonderful websites. Today, the WordPress development is finding its place for every type of website building. It is a more reliable and feasible platform for ecommerce stores. You will find that almost all websites rely on Wordpress development and doing a better job on the web. Though there is huge competition in the market for CMS but still, the WordPress development is standing so strong and achieving credibility. To make you aware more about its amazing features, we have mentioned few of its amazing benefits that you should know.
Leanport 12 august 2020, 4:46

Want to launch your furniture delivery business? Then, read this blog, Here SpotnEats explains how SpotnEats same day furniture delivery app solution helps to enhance your delivery business? Check out here: furniture delivery app solution
SpotnEats 2 june 2020, 11:13

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Creating an app can use up a lot of your time and resources. There is nothing more devastating than going through all of that hard work and not making any money (i.e. due to change of application development trends). The next time you come up with a great idea for an app, you may not want to put the development into motion because you are afraid of failing again and constantly thinking of how much does it cost to create an app for you. If you believe that your new app has the real potential of shining bright like a diamond but you do not want to risk losing everything again, you may go another way - app crowdfunding to reduce those potential threats.

Explore the different mobile app funding sources that not only help in bankrolling your application but ones that also give you feedback on your creation and ideas on how to make it more popular.

Read the full article here.
markcorwin 25 august 2019, 14:05

The inspiration for writing this article was obtained after reading a similar publication for the x86 architecture [1].
This material will help those who want to understand how the programs are built from the inside, what happens before entering the main and why all this is done. Also I'll show you how to use some of the features of the glibc library. And in the end, as in the original article [1], the traversed path will be visually represented. Most of the article is a parsing of the glibc library.
So, let's start our trip. We will use Linux x86-64, and as a debugging tool - lldb. Also sometimes we will disassemble the program with objdump.
The source text is normal Hello, world (hello.cpp):
#include <iostream>
int main()
{
std::cout << "Hello, world!" << std::endl;
}
Tags: abi, glibc, startup
Papay 17 november 2017, 14:25
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