In 2014, Rootstrap worked with the Miss America Foundation to develop a mobile application that would allow fans to interact with contestants and compete for amazing prizes like VIP passes to the big event. You can learn about Miss America’s road to developing a fun, engaging mobile app through Rootstrap at our CASE STUDIES page.
We could talk about Rootstrap all day. In fact, that’s a big part of what this blog is all about, educating Product Owners on how Rootstrap can help identify your product through an intensive two-week workshop that includes weaving together information architecture, lean user interface experience, branding, and visual design into one cohesive plan for execution.
Think you have to be a tech geek to build an app? You don’t. Soam Lall didn’t have coding skills, but he had a great idea. He recently sat down for an in-depth interview with the AppMasters Podcasts to talk about the long road to bringing the Kinnecting app to life.
It was less than a month ago that news giant TechCrunch did a great write-up on a product that found success after going through the Rootstrap process. You can get that story over at the Neon Roots main site in the blog “TechCrunch Talks To Karl House About Veteran Rootstrap Startup Fanbread.” Well, Fanbread isn’t the only one getting some attention from the site. The Glia app is getting some love, too.