Yes. I have a long experience started at old and good days when I had Commodore 64 without any bundled software. I only had a book in German which I used to learn about programming and computers in general. Since than I wrote several games for C64 using Basic and Assembly language. At that time I would not guess that software design and development will be my life and passion. Long story short, I became a full stack developer knowing a few dozens of programming languages and technologies to help to develop various types of applications from server-side services to mobile apps for various platforms. Each mobile platform has its own different tricks to learn and challenges to overcome, but it was always an interesting experience.
I try to pay a lot of attention to user experience and user interface. The most challenge is to find out that whatever worked 5 years ago would not work today, so it’s a continuous improvement and analyzing new behaviors.
Myibidder.com is an online auction management service for eBay.
Different times, different apps. Today I love and use almost daily is the Strava app for tracking my activity, and of course, I use eBay for my “sweet deal” shopping experience.
As I mentioned this is a non-stop process. It normally takes about 2-3 months of heavy development for the initial release and beta testing, and then another month to polish it to get the extra sparks. After that the development process does not stop even though it looks slower from the user’s perspective.
Today’s user wants to get things done quick, maybe 2-3 taps. Share a photo — swoosh, send a message — bang. I think if an app can get things done quickly, this is a winner.
I always try to compare what happens in similar apps so I can offer competitive pricing while still providing a greater service to users. One of my main goals is not to be on the way. If a user wants to add new items to the account, I try to help to make it quick and easy.
There are too many to list. One of the few is to make the process of adding new items easier and offer more methods. Another one is to get more flexibility to sniping for users who needs that extra flexibility while making the user interface easy enough for those who don’t need those extra bells and whistles.
It’s kind of sad to see someone who is waiting for a certain update or feature to come up, but never shared it. If you don’t talk about it, it will not happen. Make it happen for you and others. After all, my goal is to make the experience smoother and easier. Good customer service does not bite. Promise :-)
About App: Snipe to win on eBay!
Myibidder Bid Sniper is a sniper for eBay buyers that places the last-seconds bids to increase your chances to win. No need to watch for auctions anymore just set a snipe and let the sniper do the job for you.
Once the snipe is set, you don't need to keep the app running for the snipe to work.
You get 10 free snipes when you start using the app which can be used towards winning auctions. Auctions won with bids lower than 10.00 (any currency) are free.
If you did not win an item (your bid was too low, the seller did not accept it, etc), the snipe can be re-used for future listings.
When your balance goes to zero, you will get one free snipe the next day to keep the fun going. Good for occasional snipers.
Date: December 26, 2019
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