From ideas to implementation, your product will go through a lot of stages and we want you to have full visibility over what’s going on and what it means to you. We follow our own B&D process and mix it with an agile methodology to produce truly innovative work that will transform your business.
This is the first stage of the B&D process. Here we focus on developing an understanding of our client’s business, their aspirations, the industry they’re operating in and the development opportunities available. From this holistic base of understanding, we identify a solution to test.
Once the long-term strategy has been established, we get to planning. This stage is where the development cycles are identified and broken down into their subcomponents. We take the big picture and reverse engineer it into subtasks and goals.
Once the sprint plans have been made, mocked up and signed off on, we begin development.
The work completed by the developers is reviewed by the project managers to ensure that we’re on the right track. Feedback is provided and changes are made where necessary.
The hard work put in by the developers gets displayed to the client in the form of a demo. The client is provided with a sprint report that they sign off on.
After a number of development and review
So how do we use Agile development and why does it work? Agile development, “advocates adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery, and continuous improvement, and it encourages rapid and flexible response to change.”
We work within fortnightly measurements (or Sprints) to build the most valuable features of your product first. We then review these small builds as soon as possible and iterate and improve. This means that you will see your engagement sooner, will get to collaborate and give feedback more often and will be able to improve or correct any issues during the process (instead of at the end).
You get results in weeks, not months
All code is diligently peer-reviewed
Collaboration is embraced
Functionality is demonstrated regularly
The cost of change is drastically reduced.