Since 1999, providing consultancy with many various organisations, one thing that was clear to us: many software/app projects we found failed to deliver due to the comprehension in communication.
The Agile-Prototype Methodology, our approach to client software development, is to divide all projects into ‘design’ and ‘build’ phases.
Design and Build
The ‘design’ phase ensures that we create a complete specification made up of visuals that all parties - owners, managers, designers, writers, users and we as developers - can 100% comprehend. Once this fixed phase is complete, it’s possible to undertake ‘build’ phases with extremely high levels of success.
Our unique 'Agile-Prototype Methodology' enables development of your project to have a clearly defined design process before anything is made. As a result, any pricing and timescales are much more accurate than other development methodologies available.
Our process includes a full-service team
Our consulting experience, combined with our full-service staff team mean that we deliver projects with all aspects of design, technology and business needs to be considered. By default, we provide insights on user experience technologies, commercial viability, security risks and infrastructure.
The Agile-Prototype software development methodology is used by our team to conduct a well-organised project management style that can be applied across a wide range of software solutions. Any bug fixing can be identified and dealt quickly and effectively.
With the software development created in iterations, it enables the development and prototype testing of a software block to be conducted and completed with minimal risk to the overall success of the software solution.
How we can help...
We at AppDrawn have worked on many bespoke software development projects over the past 19 years. Software is always changing. If you are wishing to future-proof your business in the area of software, going bespoke will give you precisely what you need for the future.
If you would like to discuss more on how we can help your business, please get in touch by filling out the form 'Get in Touch' below or through email at email@example.com or by calling us on 01442 211999.