These core principles shape our tried-and-true process.
We eliminate unnecessary steps, base important choices on facts rather than speculation, and consistently deliver value.
Our self-organizing teams have a true sense of ownership over their work. We apply Scrum, Kanban, and XP practices.
Our process ensures efficient design and development cycles, making it easy to adapt to feedback and market changes in real time.
We'll meet you where you are and guide you through every step.
Stage 1 Discovery
We gather input from all relevant stakeholders, working together to identify the problem we want to solve, analyze the project’s viability, and come up with a high-level plan.
We identify the main problem and define what we are trying to achieve.
We ensure the product is relevant and decide on priorities.
We gain a deeper understanding of users' needs and goals.
We visualize the product's functionality, identify key features, and plan the first release.
Stage 2 Design
We test and validate ideas, making sure we're on the right track to build a product that meets the business need. We work on design prototypes, and we create user stories until we have enough in the backlog for a minimum viable product.
Stage 3 Development
Working in two-week sprints, we build the product, prioritizing features by business value added. We use XP practices such as code reviews, unit testing, and continuous delivery.
During this meeting, the team commits to the stories they will deliver by the end of the sprint and determines how they will tackle this work.
In this brief daily meeting, team members report on their progress, identify obstacles, and communicate what they'll finish before the next standup.
At the end of the sprint, the team shows stakeholders what they completed during the last two weeks.
The team reflects on how they can improve their efficiency and adjusts their process accordingly.
Stage 4 Launch
When we are ready to deploy, we set up Staging, RC, and Production Areas to ease the transition. We make sure everything is thoroughly tested with continuous integration and automated validations.
Stage 5 Maintenance & Growth
We provide comprehensive support to keep your product in tip-top shape. When new features and adjustments are required, we use our proven deployment process to rapidly respond to users' needs.
Check Out The Typical Roles and Responsibilites.
Usually someone from the client's organization, a PO holds the vision for the product and prioritizes the stories in the product backlog.
A PM advocates for the PO and stakeholders, ensuring the team delivers quality software as efficiently as possible.
Keeping customer needs in mind, they design and carry out tests to make sure software works as expected.
They coach the team, making sure everyone applies best practices and collaborates effectively.
They apply their expertise in back-end, front-end, and mobile development to make the product vision a reality.
They create great user experiences by designing accessible and intuitive user interfaces.