Innovation through Technical Understanding
The discovery phase is led by a team of qualified experts who prepare the entire development plan
Business analysts hold meetings with you to discuss business needs, functional and user requirements. After that, the Solutions Architect checks the viability of the technology and suggests removing or keeping features to launch faster. You approve the final feature list before moving on to the next step.
Developers, designers, and QA engineers estimate the feature list for the required platforms. The Business Analyst prepares documents with rough estimates – minimum and maximum time required to develop each feature. You must review the estimate to move to the next step.
After getting a rough estimate, we compose the development team based on your requirements – developers, UI/UX designers, QA engineers.
The Business Analyst obtains design requirements and Designers create concepts for the required platforms. We develop variants of several main screens, depending on the project needs. You must review and choose the final version.
The Business Analyst writes a specification to fulfill a backlog that is sufficient to start a project. The specification covers technical aspects and describes each feature in the form of user stories. Since the entire team will be using the specification, the Quality Assurance engineer checks for logical problems and guideline violations.
Once the specification is ready, designers begin creating wireframes – a layout of a user interface. Designers organize key elements, such as buttons and images, on each screen. The business analyst and QA engineer review and validate the wireframes. The QA engineer also checks the project requirements for testability.
Our developers and designers estimate the product development cost for each platform. We estimate part of the project to start development faster.