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Software Development

End-users (whether your employees or clients) deserve software that meets their needs, solves their problems, and delivers a great experience. There is only one way to make that happen. Listening.
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A circular process diagram for Software Development. Listen and Learn. Define and Create. Prototype and Iterate. Develop and Test. Deploy and Celebrate. Maintain and Update.
Phase 1: Listen and Learn
Phase 2: Define and Create
Phase 3: Prototype and Iterate
Phase 4: Develop and Test
Phase 6: Deploy and Celebrate
Phase 6: Maintain and Update

Stages of Software Development

Listen and Learn

For the software development process to be truly successful, understanding your users' obstacles, opportunities, needs, and wants is critical. So that's where we start.

Define and Create

Determining a software's technical requirements is one thing. Capturing the human requirements is another. With the latter in mind, you'll get the chance to brainstorm creative solutions using a fluid and experimental approach.

Prototype and Iterate

With the human and technical specifications defined, it's time to design what your software will look like and how it will function. Prototyping allows for the creation of a well-scoped and user-friendly solution. Trust us, everyone will be glad you did.

Develop and Test

During the development process, feedback from your team and users is invaluable. This is when alterations and refinements get made.

Deploy and Celebrate

Your team is happy, you are happy, and now you can deliver the end-users' solution. It's finally time to share your product with the world and improve access to justice.

Maintain and Update

The final stage of the software development lifecycle includes maintenance and regular updates. Think of your software as a perpetual loop of innovation.