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Once a customer or stakeholder has requested a project, the first step is planning of Alignment, Resource availability and allocation, Project scheduling, Cost estimation.
The next step is to understand the technical requirements of this project.
Analysis and Planning
The planning phase ensures you’re starting off on the right foot.
Scope out technical requirements, testing terms, and decide on a technology stack.
Coding & Testing
Start designing what this project will look like and how it will function. It’s time to code it according to the requirements. As our team is developing the project, simultaneously testing, tracking, and fixing bugs. And do another round of more in-depth testing.
Design and Prototyping
Steve Jobs: Design is not just what it looks and feels like. Design is how it works.
Project Development & Testing
With everyone onboard with the project’s proposed functionality and design, code it according to the requirements. Simultaneously testing, tracking, and fixing bugs.
Launch our project to all of your users. What we’re talking about here is pushing our code into production. The development isn’t over once your project is in the wild. It’s a “lifecycle”. And as people begin to use your product.
With the heavy lifting and coding out of the way, launch your project to all of your users.
Maintenance and Updates
Requirements and customer needs are always evolving.