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Understanding the problem being solved is the crucial first step. We’ll work with you and your existing customers (if required) to ensure that the software project will not only meet your business goals, but will also do so within your timeframe and budget, with no surprises.
Once the project scope is understood, the project can be planned with clear milestones determined. Your business will have clear guidelines on when you can expect deliverables.
Wireframes and mockups are created before we move into a detailed design phase where your product will be designed with your brand and desired project outcomes as our guide. Designs will be agreed upon prior to moving onto the build phase.
We work in short one week cycles, with testable deliverables expected at the end of every cycle. We have a flexible local workforce that allows us to reach project milestones, but also maintain low project overheads.
We choose the best technology for your project
Building applications to support and grow your business
See progress every week
Draw on a wide range of skills to build the application your business needs
Low overheads, talented local team
24 hour response times for non-Australian clients (same-day for local)
Your customers expect standout design work, we ensure this is the case.
Avoid bugs and regressions with test-driven-development
Standard Software Project
Working with devwalks
Project outcomes do not align with business goals
Standard application development by freelancers or less experienced companies involves working loosely off a vague set of specifications set soleley from the client. This leads to a lack of understanding between the product team and the client, which can lead to an unsatisfactory end product.
Business goals are the core driver of the project
Business goals, ideal outcomes and risks are defined at the very beginning of each project in order to define the requirements of the product. This creates the foundation of everything moving forward, including prototyping, design and development.
Tech talk and developer hibernation
Developers are notorious for 'going dark' for large periods of time, where they could be building exactly what your business does not want. Developers can also be difficult to talk to, often going too deep into the technology without understanding the business needs.
Weekly updates from your human project manager
While we love technology, we understand that not everyone cares about the nitty gritty and that’s why we tailor the depth of the 'tech talk' to the client. You’ll also receive weekly updates and testable iterations of your final product from the project manager.
Freelancers and less experiences developers tend to win a client and start building as soon as possible from loosely defined specifications, in order to finish as quickly as possible and get another client. This can lead to poorly thought out software products and poor results for your business and customers.
A tested system
Every devwalks client works through our tested software development project system where business goals, unique opportunities and risks are defined before we start prototyping. After prototyping and design, we ensure we have client sign-off prior to touching any code in order to de-risk the costs associated with feature or design changes. During each of these phases, you’ll receive weekly deliverables for complete transparency.
Let's chat about your project, obligation free
Send your contact details and a little information about your project and we’ll contact you for a 100% free initial consultation.
Let’s work together and create a better business through software.
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