When it's time to work on a new digital product, you start thinking about whom to entrust with the task. After all, it's about your business, its growth, you want to reach your audience and make them happy customers.
This is the moment when you decide who you want to work with. You know, you check the price, the portfolio of the company, you ask about the team. There is one more element you should ask about. Will you become a sparring partner for my ideas and solutions?
The best designs always come from brainstorming, prototyping opportunities, and de facto clashing with audience expectations. Without a good, strategic advisor, this may not work. Of course, a product will be created, but not necessarily the best one that could hit the market.
We like to work with Design Thinking methodology to create stunning digital products. What does it mean in practice?
It helps us to materialize first ideas and show them to you on mocks. These also include a clear vision of the customer's journey. We take care of topics like accessibility, scalability and usability.
This is the time when your ideas collide with our experience and applicable technologies. Everything is done so that your product is as perfect as possible before it sees the surface.
That’s why we see our role more as a strategic partner rather than just a subcontractor. We know that you really like your ideas about the new product, but it’s our job to search for the best solutions and tell you what’ll work and what’s not. Sometimes it can not be easy to hear, but hey! We’re here to create something special together.
So, check our workflow, how we do it:
Let's start with a kick-off workshop and talk about what you envision and what problem of your target group you are going to solve.
Now it's time for more details, but still a lot of conceptual work.
User Experience & design
We're using the Design Thinking approach to materialize first ideas and show them to you on mocks. These also include a clear vision of the customer's journey.
Development & Delivery
Using an agile approach (like SCRUM) gives us the opportunity to iteratively work on the prioritized feature backlog.
Go to market
We navigate you through the early adopter phase and help you cross the chasm to the mainstream.
Your product goes live and Devspire is still on hand to support it.
More about about our workflow you can find on our homepage.