Our UX Designer and Senior Architects will then begin to work to scope out your system at a user experience level. We check out your competition as well as systems in other industries that are leaders in their field. We create initial wireframes and visuals for your to begin to get a feel for the brand the experience your users will have from your emerging system. We also look at how existing third-party software might be integrated with the new system, what custom code we’ll need to develop and so on.
This process creates a visual identity for the application, so that it is intuitive, quick and easy to use and reflects your values; turning features into functional and technical specifications wherever required.
TOnce we know how we’re going to build the system, we refine the visuals into a high-fidelity prototype, so that you can test them out before we get coding.
Delivery is the most essential element. Our team of world-class designers and developers are trained in the art of Lean and Agile - Scrum in particular. This keeps us in control of what we build, how we build it, and when we deliver it. Small iterations ensure that the feedback loop between us is short, and we stick to the core aim of proving the initial value proposition.
Working with you to keep the scope tight and to stay focussed on the outcomes means that we don’t stray from original aims, and we only build what’s needed. This keeps us on target and on budget, so you can relax and enjoy the process.
We love our data, and metrics are everything. Because we keep each deliverable small, we can get feedback from stakeholders on each piece of work while we’re still working on the rest of the project. This means that we can change direction if we need to and see how the software is actually being used, rather than how we expected it to be used. Monitoring the use of the software we build means that we can iterate and improve in subsequent releases, constantly testing our assumptions in the real world.