Based off of my experience as a Freelance employee for the last 8 years, and my education in the history of technology, the following blog outlines the future of employment, from the year 2021 to 2121…

2121

We are no longer working in the salt mines. Machines now mine for us. In the near future (approx. 100 years from now), repetitive tasks and basic human necessities will be taken over by automation and robots. This automation will begin to pay for our living expenses through a robot…


If you are already fully funded and ready to take on the tech-world, I provide to you this option. Launch Everywhere! Launch on Android, iOS, Web, Windows-Phone… If necessary, you can even include a desktop release on MacOS and Windows.

Although this approach is extremely rare, I provide this option…


Launching Lean is the most exciting of all app launch options. The term “Lean” is widely used in startup jargon meaning to build quickly, measure success, learn what changes are needed, and repeat. In other words, Release Quickly and Release Often. …


If you want to reach a large audience fast, test the waters, and if your application doesn’t require Mobile device hardware/features, such as Camera/GPS/Accelerometer/Notifications etc., then launch a web version!

A web version requires 4 stages, Wireframe Design, UI Design, WebDevelopment, and QA Testing. Note: You may wonder why Prototyping…


Do you want to get your app idea in front of Investors? Here are some tips for making a fully functioning Prototype.

Animation example taken from GC, an app designed by William Harvey Designs

A fully functioning Prototype is as close to a working version as we can get without development. A complex prototype helps to better understand the user flow without…


Got an app idea but have little to no budget? I suggest you make a simple prototype, so you have something presentable for investors.

Simple Prototyping can be a clickable or non-clickable mockup version of your app that helps investors understand the main idea of your app with a hands…


So you have an app idea, a rough idea about a budget, or perhaps you have no budget at all. Chances are, you have no idea where to start, nor do you have a goal to shoot towards. …

William Harvey

William is a product designer, specializing in audio and entertainment application design.

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