From websites to mobile apps and complex software, we create experiences that are right for you and your users.
Design and Development
Design and development sit right at the core of what we do. From websites, web and mobile apps through to intranets, ecommerce and transactional services, we consider the importance of user needs and business goals throughout.
What we do
We use data and insight to drive our design and development thinking and lean on the work done by our user experience specialists. Our user centred design approach drives objectivity in to the whole process, allowing our earliest ideas to benefit from real feedback. We iterate as we go and focus on the rapid creation of functional prototypes. This agile approach mitigates many of the risks associated with digital transformation. It also makes prudent use of your budget.
Working with research, feature specifications and other inputs, they quickly move from early sketches, to designing and developing in code, first rapidly creating wireframes and then progressing to functional prototypes.
We use this approach to identify how designs, interfaces and experiences work on the devices where they will be used. This allows us to consider and refine how copy, visual content and interaction states meld together with the underpinning logic and functionality.
The result should be an experience that is intuitive and engaging. Where appropriate, reference is made to brand and digital guidelines to help ensure that we reflect the brand and further define the brand.
With our extensive knowledge of architecting and building custom web applications coupled with our experience of working with, extending and integrating a variety of open source platforms using the latest technologies, all of our technical development work is stable and extensible.
Our design and development methodology is orientated around agile practices which are adaptive in nature and focus on the iterative development of a solution with a focus on regular reviewable releases.
Each release is broken into a set of sprints which typically last two weeks. Daily stand ups with the project team maintain the flow of information and allow for progress to be tracked.