OUR PROCESS

​Perfected over the course of dozens of successful projects and tens of thousands of development hours, our process brings together all critical inputs to building great products. From competitive marketing strategies, to comprehensive user interviews, and a fast but comprehensive documentation process we cover all the angles to ensure your product is ready to dominate the market or drive crucial processes for your business.​

Business

Requirements Gathering

Translatation of Business

Requirements into

Technical Requirements

User Stories Organized

by Major Functional

Modules

NO,

Refine User

Stories

User Stories Reviewed by Client

Do User Stories Match

Clients Vision?

Tech Lead Estimates

Amount of Time/Budget

Required to Build

Each Feature

Client and Business

Analyst Prioritize Features

Based on Projects Budget

and Objectives

Finalize Features List of Version 1

No, Refine Flows

User and System Flows are

Created to Explain User

Interaction Process and

Application Logic

Does Logic Match

Intended Functionality?

Wireframes are Created to Define Functionality of

Each Screen of the Interface

Low Fidelity Prototype

is Created to Demonstrate

Feel and Functionality of

the Application

Feedback is Gathered

from Internal and External

Stakeholders

YES,

Redefine Version 1

Are Changes Needed

Based on Feedback?

Designer Prepares

Design Concept and

Screens

Technical Specification,

Project Plan, and System

Architecture are Created

Client Approves Technical Specification,

Project Plan, and System Architecture

Prototype Screens are Replaced

with Finalized Screens

All Designs and Documents

are Delivered to the

Development Team

Software is Developed in

Sprints, Modules, and Milestones

As Modules are

Completed QA Team

Tests Them for Bugs

Did the Software

Pass QA Review?

NO,

Fix Bugs

Software Deployed to

Production Environment

Client Performs Acceptance Testing

Project Handoff

Project Completion!!!

​Business Requirements Gathering

​Translatation of Business Requirements into Technical Requirements

​User Stories Organizedby Major Functional Modules

​User Stories Reviewed by Client

​Do User Stories Match Clients Vision?

YES!

​NO

​Refine User Stories

​Tech Lead Estimates Amount of Time/Budget Required to Build Each Feature

​Client and Business Analyst Prioritize Features Based on Projects Budget and Objectives

​Finalize Features List of Version 1

​User and System Flows are Created to Explain

User Interaction Process and Application Logic

​Does Logic Match Intended Functionality?

YES!

​NO

​Refine​ Flows

​Wireframes are Created to Define Functionality of Each

Screen of the Interface

​Low Fidelity Prototypeis Created to Demonstrate Feel and Functionality ofthe Application

​Feedback is Gathered from Internal and External Stakeholders

​Are Changes Needed Based on Feedback?

YES!

​Designer Prepares Design Concept and Screens

​NO

​Refine ​Version 1

​Technical Specification,Project Plan, and System Architecture are Created

​Client Approves Technical Specification,Project Plan, and System Architecture

​Prototype Screens are Replaced with Finalized Screens

​All Designs and Documents are Delivered to the Development Team

​Software is Developed in Sprints, Modules, and Milestones

​As Modules are Completed QA TeamTests Them for Bugs

​Did the Software Pass QA Review?

YES!

​NO

​Fix Bugs

​Software Deployed to Production Environment

​Client Performs Acceptance Testing

​Project Handoff

​Project Completion!!!

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