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Our approach

We do not believe in chances rather we believe in a structured process-flow. There is an approach behind everything we do everyday; methods adopted by us to get direction and envisage the end from the beginning. Our approach is called 6Ds. Every step ensures we get right information from our client and help them to maximize resources to achieve better experience in achieving their goals.

Dialogue

Dialogue

This is the beginning of our journey together. We get to know each other and educate ourselves about your needs, challenges or goals. So whichever way you make your contact to us (through mail, call, visit or meeting), our focus is on understanding your perspective and project’s objective.

In the process, we will create an environment that helps us to access a pool of knowledge available, finds a shared-connection, builds a collective point of views where we can freely align and creatively explore issues, listens deeply to each other and temporally suspend own views in search to explore new and better ways of thinking where necessary.

We will ask questions and we will make suggestions that will help us to enlarge your ideas and explore options; agreeing to do what is right from the beginning and to formulate requirements for the next stage.

Discovery

Discovery

It's often tempting to dive right in and start working, putting enough time and attention into the discovery phase is essential to avoiding headaches down the road. When starting a project, the first thing to figure out is not how to do it but why doing it. All answers should flow from an understanding of the project's purpose. The process of discovering this purpose is the discovery phase of a project.

In the process, we work with the client to determine who is the client, what do they do, what are the primary business objectives surrounding this project What is the client's understanding of their primary audience for this project, secondary audience, what is their understanding of this audience's needs, what is the primary message that the audience needs to get from this project, and what deadlines are you trying to meet with this project?.

We will focus mostly on the client's perspective and objectives and in such manner we will be able to research, gather requirements, analyse and confirm or amend these perspectives.

Design

Design

We believe that design is first a message, a world and then a journey (the look and the feel). It should be used to create and deliver a message to a predetermined world. At this stage, we focus on making sure that the user experience matches the client's business objectives with the intended audience's needs. That can mean content strategy, paper scratching, dotted lines, line tracing, color picking, splashing, even image manipulation, info-graphics, wire-framing or prototyping for us to visually render your idea in a good interactive user experience (UX) manner. All this helps us to decide earlier on every side; and whatever we decide here serves as the foundation upon which all other things are laid.

The tangible deliverable of this phase may vary from team to team, but they often include things like user profiles or stories. an outline, or matrix of functional requirements, site wireframes, paper or digital prototypes, content strategy documents, including a breakdown of site content, content types, and categories. This may also include a breakdown of the site's user roles (editor, member, etc.) and what content they have permission to access, edit, etc.

The goal of this phase, which can take anywhere from a couple of days to a few months, is for the client and the cloud team to get on the same page regarding who the site's users are and what they're there for. Additionally, and most importantly, the goal is to identify areas of the project where budget or project scope might need tweaking and head off any confusion that might occur down the road.

Development

Development

Here we swing into actions from the look and feel to integration of functionality using frameworks.

Once functional and content requirements have been established and approvals have been given, the creative team can begin to develop and configure. This can sometimes mean theming (specific designing) or functional integration and development.

During development, the application's functionality is developed and iterated. Modules and components are chosen and implemented, custom functionality is developed, and user roles and permissions are set, along with content types, taxonomy, etc. In the process, designers advances towards working on look and feel issues, and content editors generate and structure content to the project, with guidance from the project lead.

Debuging

Debug
Debug: Staging and testing

We believe in Murphy’s Law, so we test for quality, security, automated, usability and functional errors. This can mean staging our project on a testing server which can be a folder or sub-domain, different or similar server. Here we want to catch all our exceptions and ensure we are alright before we go live to production. We don’t want to give a chance for whatsoever. We prove read and ensure the look and feel deliver the message, modules, components, extensions are working as expected.

The goal of this stage is to ensure that functions are implemented and while the visual design is integrated into the site's theme. Once that is done and we get approval, we just launch.

Deployment

Deploy

Hey! We just go live and launch into the cloud for the project’s audience and users.
Here we develop project guide, training, documentation and supports, help and supports – Building relationship makes us customer-focused. We will keep our track record of repeated business with our client while continuing to win a new customers on a consistent basis.

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