The SilverLogic makes ideas happen, whether they require sophisticated apps, websites, business automation, artificial intelligence, or platforms. Collaborating closely with our clients, we strive to exceed expectations and are dedicated to delivering the best possible products to our clients and their users. We always offer the highest quality service and maintenance.
At the initial consult we’ll discuss the problem you see and your solution. What is your vision as far as UI/UX? Any similar existing apps or platforms?
Are we looking at an MVP (Minimum Viable Product), market-ready product, or something in between? We’ll provide our own insights as to what will be needed to get you there.
If you are curious, we’ll explain Agile/Scrum, the project management methodology we use. Iterative development is a key tool to a fast-paced development and refinement cycle we use at The SilverLogic.
Next we can perform complexity assessment, refine scope, prepare quotes, and obtain approval to begin work.
The requirements documentation is what defines the who, what, where, when and why of your application, in the form of explicit user ‘stories’. This minimizes wasteful back-and-forth.
Wireframes are mockup ‘drawings’ of your project’s flow. You’ll at this point be able to see and use basic layout components and experience how the user gets from point A to B.
Core design elements will be established and your brand’s identity will be defined for initial marketing efforts. Need a blog to boost SEO visibility? Analytics? We have you covered.
The last step before development begins is establishing milestones–whether they’ll be for an existing business’s operational improvements or to garner early stage investment capital.
Iterative Development means coding cyclically. Whether the project will depend on strictly prescribed milestones or you’ll need the flexibility to outwit your competition — we’ll be able to handle whatever is thrown at us.
Upon end of each iteration you’ll receive detailed reports noting completed deliverables and what is planned for the coming development sprint.
Beta testing is perhaps the most exciting part of the process: you can see the earliest of early adopters’ reactions to your new application and make the necessary improvements to ensure it’s a hit.
Maintenance/Continuous development is where we become an insurance policy for your application: hosting, server maintenance, building out new features, whatever it’ll need for the long haul.