Take the time to understand how we work and see whether we’re a good fit for you.
Before we start working on your project, it is important to gather information about you and your business as much as possible. We need to identify what are your objectives from the web application, and what challenges you are facing. Many questions will crop up in our mind and we will ask you to answer them so that we are confident we can meet your expectations. We will start identifying the pages you require, the flow and how the pages are related to each other. Based on our analysis, we will let you know of the activities, timescales, and what and when we will need from your end.
The design phase is the phase where our designers will showcase their creativity and make a mockup of your web application. Our designers will put their effort to design each identified page. Once the mockup is ready, we will invest enough time to review the mockup with you and make changes as per your feedback and wherever it is necessary. Once we receive your approval on the design, we will move your project to the next phase that is the development phase.
So, you are excited to see your website live. We are too! But before making it live on your server, our QA team will test the web application’s performance, usability, compatibility and functionality on different devices and platforms to ensure the website is bug-free. We are open to your final feedback and we will apply the finishing touches based on your inputs. Once the testing is completed, all we need to do is officially launch your web application.
While making the website live on your server, we will make sure to set-up all the elements that are server-specific. Once your web application is launched, we will make sure you are able to manage it properly. Our team will provide you with manuals to go over all of the most important aspects of the website’s administrative system. Our outstanding support services set us apart. We are always on hand to apply updates or help you fix any technical issues you may encounter.