This is our process. It details how we make successful Web and Mobile applications, and also how we run our company. It is full of things that we have learned based on our own experience and the study of the experiences of others.
Each website and mobile application that we develop at Alameda Dev is unique, we always start from the objectives set in the meetings with our clients.
The first step of the discovery process is a kickoff meeting with our team. Our clients all begin at different stages in the process, so we use this time to evaluate what has been done so far on your project and plan out a Roadmap for designing the required features and functionality of your application.
What are the different types of customers and if there are major differences between them? What key value propositions does the business provide?
Attention, interest, desire, action. This is a good way to ensure that we understand the user's journey and intentions, at least at a high level. A clear summary of the customer experience.
These activities should be important and exclusive to the company's strategy. We put ourselves in the shoes of the users to understand their needs.
At this point we will design and create an interactive prototype of the interface design and user experience based on the graphic line established and approved by the client.
We use various third-party tools for error monitoring and error reporting. These tools alert us when something goes wrong and help optimize performance.
Open source software languages are constantly updated by the open source community. Each update is called a 'version'. It is important to keep the versions updated, to ensure performance, security, etc.
For applications that manage large amounts of data or have large numbers of users, continuous performance optimization may be required. This may include monitoring and optimization of servers, load testing and optimization, reporting and response to failures, etc.
We will work with your team to create a robust product roadmap outlining what new features will be built and when. This helps prioritize features, plan budgets, etc ...
After adding new features to the product roadmap, we will complete a short design process to demonstrate the new feature and how it will work within the existing application.
Once the design is complete, we will calculate how long it will take to develop the function, then add it to an upcoming sprint that will complete.