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Custom development

We are building custom software solutions to meet the specific needs of your business that off-the-shelf software can't.

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Web and interaction design

We provide the smart design, backed by the right technology, as the basis for the most impressive web site and app experiences.

From concept to commercialization, we spec, design, build and maintain software for some of the greatest clients in the world.

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Custom development

Business requirements are constantly evolving, so we use an agile approach to support and encourage these natural course changes. Our approach paints a sharp contrast to the fixed scope, change-order driven constructs commonplace in outsourced development.

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Gathering the requirements

We will work with you to blueprint a system that can be built efficiently to meet your needs. The idea is to help you define a minimum viable product—the first usable form of your application.

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Writing user stories

Your requirements are broken into small parts known as "user stories." Each story describes a small piece of work needed to achieve results. This is where we start to get a sense of the amount of work involved.

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Estimating time and costs

The time and price estimate for your new application is based on estimates for each story. Summing it all up gives us the estimated completion date. Stories can be added or changed at any time.

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Adding tasks to the backlog

Before development starts, all user stories are added to the product backlog - a list of requirements for a product. Features, bug fixes, all the things needed to successfully deliver a viable product.

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Sprinting for the long run

A sprint (or iteration) is the basic unit of development. It usually lasts for a week or two and aims to implement a fixed number of backlog items. The goal of each sprint is to have a system that is integrated and potentially shippable.

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At the end of a sprint, the team reviews the sprint to articulate lessons learned and check progress. A new set of backlog items is chosen for the next sprint, and the work continues until the product is ready for the market.

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The Result

This process increases the quality of the final product, copes with changes, provides better estimates without spending too much time on them, and allows you to be more in control of the project schedule and state.

Web and interactive design

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Paper first

Sketching and prototyping the interface and user flows is a crucial first step. It is always more cost effective to change the sketches and prototypes than making changes at development or production stages.

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Testing out the prototypes

All of the prototypes go through a series of user experience and technical quality tests. It is recommended to organize real user testing sessions with the target audience to find out if and how they achieved their goals.

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UI design

After prototyping, the next step involves defining the aesthetics and visual language of the project. The end product of this phase is a set of high resolution mockups of the interface and its elements as a style guide.

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Style guide creation

A style guide defines all the necessary modules of the interface, simulates their states and behaviour and provides a base for scaling up the project without loosing its visual and structural integrity.

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Working UI Prototype

The final result of the design process is a working prototype of the interface. It is a high quality, live user interface, including all accompanying resources (HTML, CSS, JS, images, ...). It is the foundation for further development.