Having vast experience working for startups, brands, and agencies from all around the globe, we’ve developed a bulletproof software development process. At the same time, we’ve learned that flexibility is a must if we want to meet the expectations of our clients and their product’s end-users.
When we first meet, we tailor our workflow to your needs based on two criteria. One is your product development goal: whether you’re looking to test your business idea with an MVP or make a change on the market with a fully-fledged product. The other is how far you’ve already pushed your project vision.
To give you a bigger picture of what you can expect from our collaborations, let us introduce you to our flow, from Discovery to Post-launch support.
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We know that the success of an application or a campaign can be measured not only by how much buzz or revenue it generates, but also by how well it fits the bigger social and economic picture. To ensure that all of the above success metrics - including the potential to build a sustainable tomorrow - are met, we can help you define a coherent product strategy.
While we love working on innovative ideas from A to Z, we're also ready to take over your team and start where they've finished. Below, you'll find the ingredients of our comprehensive product strategy service.
Every product journey is different and in some cases the idea needs a technical validation before it can be moved into development or go after the investment. We have the right expertise to do this time and cost-effectively. And once the solution is proved feasible we can accommodate a swift move into the full production.
If your project’s requirements are not set yet, we’ll guide you through a trial-and-error process concluding with the creation of a prototype and the identification of your future product’s essential features. Usually, two scenarios are pursued here - the prototype is either to focus on a particular technical assumption(s) that needs to be validated or an alternative needs to be found. It could also be that the technical angle is less challenging but the idea needs a tangible Proof of Value (POV) that can be demonstrated to potential stakeholders or investors.
The prototype development process includes:
Unless you have a long-term experience in introducing products to the market, testing out your vision with a prototype in the first place may be a good idea for a wide range of reasons:
Features verification - You get to quickly identify both redundant and missing key features you might have overlooked at the beginning.
Early user-feedback - You receive valuable feedback at an early stage of your product’s life cycle which ensures greater customer satisfaction in the longer run.