Process: Our Approach

We are flexible in our approach and diverse in our skill-set.
Each project is different, and we treat it as such.

Gather Requirements

Some email & document exchanges along with a few phone calls are usually all we need to get a clear picture of the project.
Video conferencing & screen-share sessions are also conducted as needed.

Propose Solutions

Next, we hold brainstorming sessions and perform feasibility studies. Based on the requirements and our
analysis, we collaborate with you to construct the best approach for the project.

From technical constraints, to time crunches, to budget concerns. We look at all angles and present a
"Project Plan" that works for all stakeholders.

The Project Plan consists of:


Features /

Roadmap, Milestones
& Timeline

Pricing Structure
& Cost

We offer two pricing structures to help align financial and business goals:

Flat Price

When the scope of work is fixed

Time & materials

When the extent of work is unknown & on-going

Build the Product

Stage 1

Analysis /
Design Thinking


Stage 2

UI/UX Design

User Stories


Test Cases

Stage 3



Testing & QA

Stage 4




We follow agile design & development techniques (used by all industry leaders.)


Break-up the work into small pieces (tickets), and place them in a backlog.


Estimate effort required on each ticket.


Assign tickets to a 2-week long Sprint, based
on upcoming milestones.


Begin, execute, test and deliver tickets
in the Sprint.


Report on progress and perform
retrospectives to improve future Sprints.

Repeat until all tickets in the backlog have been completed

This iterative development method ensures a rapid & continuous stream of deliverables,
allowing for quick feedback, tweaking and iterating.

Deploy, Monitor & Iterate

Once a rollout build is complete, we deploy it on all necessary mediums (such as the web / cloud or mobile app stores).

We monitor performance from both a technical and user behavior perspective and provide regular progress reports.

Based on business goals & the roadmap, we then plan the development of future iterations and incremental rollouts of new builds accordingly.