There is a special business analyst person making an in-depth study of your particular need and of the peculiarities of your particular business. Here, we clearly define the problem; - search for the bottlenecks, causing it; – suggest solutions to reinforce the weak points; - choose the most suitable one and proceed to the following steps with it. At this stage the best suitable Project manager joins the project and starts to form a team for it.
Prototyping and wireframing:
Here, the business analyst together with a UI/UX specialist devise the user interface and user experience of the future application, converting the results into a prototype clickable through the whole system workflow.
Prototype being ready and confirmed, the technical writer (with assistance of a system architect) composes the technical description of the prototype working logics and, thus, of the future application.
Here it is, where faceless wireframes become a deeply individual app interface, either unforgettable visually, or very utilitarian, or both. A designer, hearing out your colour and style preferences, but switching on his own experience, fantasy and graphic skills, converts a general idea into a ready-to-develop interface.
Prototype, specification, design – everything ready, this is the moment of glory for our development team. Newly forming a project crew, but having collaborated within the company for ages, and being talentedly orchestrated by a Project manager, the programmers work their magic and create a full-scale product out of the previous steps’ results.
To err is human, and though we reduce error number to the minimum at the very development stage, there is always a Tester person to challenge all we’ve done. Here, we polish the last nicks-and-burrs, assure that the system is perfect and hey presto, you get your own personal problem-solver!