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Custom Web
& Mobile App Development

What are the must-have and must-do business requirements for the system or product you wish to create? This can be anything from timeline, budget, to regulatory requirements you may need to meet like HIPAA or PCI compliance, depending on what you are doing.

Who are the target users for your product? What do they care about? What are they trying to achieve?

Rooted in the understanding of human cognition and how we process information, execute on our goals, and a fundamental understanding of data science and appropriate communication of different types of information, we will design the overall flow of information for the system based on these core sciences and our understanding of the target users.

This includes your data model which outlines how different entities relate to one another within your application. A well-designed data model is important to make your application more efficient and make any future expansion or changes easier.

See User Experience Design Consulting below for additional details.

Based on given constraints (often timeline and/or budget focused), this exercise helps you prioritize the most impactful features for delivering value to your users, so that we can focus project resources (time, money, etc.) where they will have the most positive impact on the success of the new product.

We will work with in an agile framework to begin implementing (coding) the system components with periodic touch points to review progress and continually reevaluate and incorporate adjustments as circumstances change and new information is learned. 

Backend testing, frontend testing, and acceptance testing (acceptance testing is where you as the client sign off on the functionality delivered in each phase).

Deployment of systems to cloud (for APIs and web applications) or submission and release in related app stores (Apple App Store/Google Play Store).

Depending on your goals, we can work with you to structure a plan for ongoing maintenance and product support. If you are at a point where you want to bring your development in-house, we are also happy to facilitate a handoff of the product to your team. 

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User
Experience Design (UX) Components

Who are your target users? What can you expect from them (familiarity with various technologies, education level, what type of devices they use to access the internet)? What do they care about? What are they trying to achieve? — anything that would impact how they understand, interact with, and use the system.

What will the layout of the screens actually look like? This is closely related to information architecture.

Colors, “look and feel” (branding), etc. While this is often what people think of when they think of interfaces, because it’s immediately obvious, design in the visual or artistic sense is not what is going to keep people most loyal to your product. Having an underlying flow of information and structure that is easy to understand is what will prevent them from becoming frustrated and abandoning the product. A thought exercise: think of something you use that is not flashy, but it’s immediately clear what you can do and how to accomplish your task. Now think of something that looks really sexy and slick, but you have to dig around to figure out how to accomplish what you want. The former has good user experience, and is maybe lacking on visual design; the latter has poor attention to use experience and a high focus on design. Ideally you will do both well.

A higher fidelity wireframe that incorporates responding to user actions for the purpose of gaining feedback and learning about opportunities for improvement in the user experience and interface.

A planned and observed event where a user is asked to complete a general task or goal using a system prototype or beta build of the actual system, for the purpose of gaining feedback.

Based on what you learn in user testing with your prototype(s), make informed decisions and revisions to your user interfaces.

Blob pattern
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Blob pattern

Custom Web & Mobile App Development

What are the must-have and must-do business requirements for the system or product you wish to create? This can be anything from timeline, budget, to regulatory requirements you may need to meet like HIPAA or PCI compliance, depending on what you are doing.

Who are the target users for your product? What do they care about? What are they trying to achieve?

Rooted in the understanding of human cognition and how we process information, execute on our goals, and a fundamental understanding of data science and appropriate communication of different types of information, we will design the overall flow of information for the system based on these core sciences and our understanding of the target users.

This includes your data model which outlines how different entities relate to one another within your application. A well-designed data model is important to make your application more efficient and make any future expansion or changes easier.

See User Experience Design Consulting below for additional details.

Based on given constraints (often timeline and/or budget focused), this exercise helps you prioritize the most impactful features for delivering value to your users, so that we can focus project resources (time, money, etc.) where they will have the most positive impact on the success of the new product.

We will work with in an agile framework to begin implementing (coding) the system components with periodic touch points to review progress and continually reevaluate and incorporate adjustments as circumstances change and new information is learned. 

Backend testing, frontend testing, and acceptance testing (acceptance testing is where you as the client sign off on the functionality delivered in each phase).

Deployment of systems to cloud (for APIs and web applications) or submission and release in related app stores (Apple App Store/Google Play Store).

Depending on your goals, we can work with you to structure a plan for ongoing maintenance and product support. If you are at a point where you want to bring your development in-house, we are also happy to facilitate a handoff of the product to your team.

User Experience Design (UX) Consulting

Who are your target users? What can you expect from them (familiarity with various technologies, education level, what type of devices they use to access the internet)? What do they care about? What are they trying to achieve? — anything that would impact how they understand, interact with, and use the system.

What will the layout of the screens actually look like? This is closely related to information architecture.

Colors, “look and feel” (branding), etc. While this is often what people think of when they think of interfaces, because it’s immediately obvious, design in the visual or artistic sense is not what is going to keep people most loyal to your product. Having an underlying flow of information and structure that is easy to understand is what will prevent them from becoming frustrated and abandoning the product. A thought exercise: think of something you use that is not flashy, but it’s immediately clear what you can do and how to accomplish your task. Now think of something that looks really sexy and slick, but you have to dig around to figure out how to accomplish what you want. The former has good user experience, and is maybe lacking on visual design; the latter has poor attention to use experience and a high focus on design. Ideally you will do both well.

A higher fidelity wireframe that incorporates responding to user actions for the purpose of gaining feedback and learning about opportunities for improvement in the user experience and interface.

A planned and observed event where a user is asked to complete a general task or goal using a system prototype or beta build of the actual system, for the purpose of gaining feedback.

Based on what you learn in user testing with your prototype(s), make informed decisions and revisions to your user interfaces.

Who are your target users? What can you expect from them (familiarity with various technologies, education level, what type of devices they use to access the internet)? What do they care about? What are they trying to achieve? — anything that would impact how they understand, interact with, and use the system.

What will the layout of the screens actually look like? This is closely related to information architecture.

Colors, “look and feel” (branding), etc. While this is often what people think of when they think of interfaces, because it’s immediately obvious, design in the visual or artistic sense is not what is going to keep people most loyal to your product. Having an underlying flow of information and structure that is easy to understand is what will prevent them from becoming frustrated and abandoning the product. A thought exercise: think of something you use that is not flashy, but it’s immediately clear what you can do and how to accomplish your task. Now think of something that looks really sexy and slick, but you have to dig around to figure out how to accomplish what you want. The former has good user experience, and is maybe lacking on visual design; the latter has poor attention to use experience and a high focus on design. Ideally you will do both well.

A higher fidelity wireframe that incorporates responding to user actions for the purpose of gaining feedback and learning about opportunities for improvement in the user experience and interface.

A planned and observed event where a user is asked to complete a general task or goal using a system prototype or beta build of the actual system, for the purpose of gaining feedback.

Based on what you learn in user testing with your prototype(s), make informed decisions and revisions to your user interfaces.

Blob pattern
Blob pattern

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