Many students have a goal of launching a mobile app. Typically, these cost tens of thousands of dollars because of the rare skill set required to develop them. Thus, their goal is feasible, but ends up being a long term goal, rather than the short term task they originally expected. But, thankfully there’s a better way.
I just discovered Marvel, a mobile application to help people build clickable prototypes in a matter of minutes. Students can download the app for free, and use their suite of tools to make clickable apps. You won’t be able to get any backend functionality like storing data, or creating user profiles. But, you’ll get something that feels pretty real to a user.
I heard about the app yesterday and I told everyone I saw. I’m excited to explore the possibilities!