Depending on the size of the project I may require hiring a team.
This type of process is the one that I like to follow when I start a new project, but I am open to new ideas or different options that you may have to add or subtract from this processes.
The first part of the process is the analysis, review and research of the problem. At this point, we try to understand the scope of the project, the features that the software needs as well as the architecture of the software. This step also provides you the cost of the project, and the timeline required to build the software.
As a big market differentiator, each step of the process, as well as each feature, will have the price, and estimated savings where applicable.
The second step of the process is the user interface. In this step, the work will focus on the user experience, and the goal is to make the user interface as intuitive as possible.
As part of a new approach to development, the methodology MVP (Minimum Viable Product) is applied in this step, so we learn how the user is using the tool. Therefore, the user interface can be changed accordingly in fast iterations until it gets the final approval from the client.
Graphic Design (Optional)
Depending on the budget, once the UI is approved, the next step is the graphic design where images, logos and other parts of the UI are designed to make the application come to life.
The fourth step is the back-end code. In this section of the process, all the algorithms are developed, and the functionalities that were discussed in the first instance are added to the software (e.g., databases, data analysis). This implementation is broken apart in different sprints. Therefore, you, as the client, will know the current status of the application.
Often, new additions to the project are required by the customer as the software is in the process of development. We can always work with you to include any new feature that comes to your mind.
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