Approach and Method

Consultation is free.

Requirements gathering and forming the definition of the a proposal requires a loose agreement with an advance payment / deposit, depending on the size, scope of the project or work undertaken. We can be paid 50% on the project or weekly, which ever is suited to you budget.

no to reinvent the wheel

we do not re-invent the wheel

Working in a variety of industry sectors we are able to deliver viable business goals. Our intention is not to re-invent the wheel.
We start by defining the features and functional requirements your project, we need to make sure first that they are viable targets or goals. 

Defining the scope of work required, with estimated timeline. The timeline will define stages / phases and milestones.

For viability we can build prototypes and produce minimal viable product or MVP's.

All of our work must be collaborative, and project dependent implementable through iterative stages. 

Start-ups, greenfield projects normally require prototypes for investment reasons.

1. Requirements Analysis

Establish the goals for the Web Application from the standpoint of the user and the business.

Agree on the users’ needs and aim for usability requirements.

Appraise existing versions of the Web Application

Carry out an analysis of the competition.

Complete discussions with potential users and questionnaires.

2. Conceptual Proposal

Outline site design and architecture at an abstract level.

Perform a task analysis to identify essential features.

3. Prototyping

Create visual representations (mock ups) or interactive representations (prototypes)

of the Web Application

Evaluate usability using a proven method.

Using the results, create more mock ups or improve the prototypes.

Repeat this process until the design and usability goals are met.

4. Development

Create the final product.

Evaluate functionality through testing, quality assurance, usability testing, and field

testing.

Use the evaluation results to improve the product.

Repeat this process until the business goals are met.

5. Launch and Housekeeping

Launch the Web Application.

Maintain and tweak with user feedback (housekeeping).

Use the feedback to create new requirements, and begin major design improvements

(system iteration).

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