Software

Planning 20% of software solves 80% of its problems

Software is largely organization, and our planning stages reflect that. We take care to gain insight into your business before delineating all of the moving pieces.

  1. Discovery
  2. Requirements
  3. Specifications
  4. Estimates
  5. Process
  6. Strategy
Design User Experience is about the business and the user

Design in software is about satisfaction, efficiency, and ease-of-use. We design by first taking into account the values and needs of each stakeholder, and striking a balance between them.

  1. Information Architecture
  2. Wireframes
  3. Schematics
  4. Prototypes
  5. User Testing
  6. User Research
  7. Design Tools
  8. Trends
Development / Engineering We opt for the simplest solutions

Engineering solutions involves thorough planning, and developing those solutions takes thoughtful implementation. We side with the simplest solutions, opting for power when required.

  1. Full Stack
  2. Best Practices
  3. Automated Testing
  4. Manual Quality Assurance
  5. Performance
  6. Security
  7. Cutting-Edge Technology
Analytics & Monitoring Key metrics and ahead-of-time bug catching

User actions, events, bugs, and errors are all part of any software release. Analyzing them ahead of time and monitoring them remotely allows for a successful release.

  1. Events and Actions
  2. Flows
  3. Logs and Streams
  4. Bugs and Errors
  5. Video Records
  6. Tests and Comparisons
  7. Verification (Client-Side and Server-Side)
  8. KPI Objectives
Infrastructure & Support Performance, reliability, and security

Enabling software for the long-term and continuous, high usage loads requires scalable architectures and standardized support systems.

  1. Deployment
  2. Scaling
  3. Security
  4. Performance
  5. SLAs and Agreements
  6. Response Times
  7. Continuous Integration
  8. Asset Management
Rollout & Management Highly-targeted and battle-tested

Whether internal or external, private or public, alpha, beta, or release candidate - we always strive to ensure a smooth, predictable rollout.

  1. Strategy
  2. Release Phases
  3. Test Groups
  4. Marketing and Sales Collaboration