Development is a complex process and therefore it is important to understand the context of the business before initiating the task. It is at the “Getting the Brief” stage where the client and our team discuss the project at length to understand the company’s goals. The more information the client provides initially, the better the results will be.
In the process of ideation/brainstorming, we keep the client requirements as the base of our research and analysis and only after reviewing the brief given, do we move on to the next stage. Once the ideas start to flow in, we transfer them on pages in the form of text, visuals, symbols and shapes. This sketching down of ideas on the paper is an important step as the developers and the designers can examine all options, ideas, possible angles and directions.
The strategy formation is also based on the evaluation of the information we have received and this makes it easy for the developers and the designers to understand the communication or message to be conveyed to the audience. This phase also allows us to discuss unclear aspects of the project with the client and get clarity.
This approach of ideation or brainstorming has many benefits like:
This is a critical step of our consultation process as it helps in building the requirement document. In this step, the complete interaction with the client is compiled. We create a defined structure, detailed documentation and analyze all the functionalities and business rules. This document or functional specifications is then shared with the teams who are going to be work on the project. The basic aim is to develop the idea into a concrete feature set for design and prototyping.
This detailed documentation is then shared with the client for approval or any suggested changes or additions.
Listed below are some of the benefits of a functional specifications document:
Information architecture or a sitemap is the art of organizing a website to support usability.
The elements of IA include:
A good Information Architecture (IA) results in a sound UX and good quality of software product.
Here are 3 reasons why we suggest creating an AI for a product:
What is a Process Audit?
A process audit is a formal way to assess whether the company is managing its business processes taking into account their specific goals, strategic objectives and are following suitable procedures.
The auditing process has become a part of the many organizations large and small to remain competitive and to ensure expected values are delivered to their customers.
The objectives of a Process audit are:
Highlighting some of the benefits of the audit below:
What is a Performance Audit?
Performance audits are audits that expand into operations, management and administrative performance of organizations. To provide value and insight to improve performance, finance management, operational efficiencies, reduces cost and also facilitates decision making. A performance audit is also a means to improving an organization’s operations.
The benefit of a Performance audit in organizations are:
Performance audits can help an organization become more efficient, provide more value and drive better performance.
What is a Security Audit?
A security audit is a way for organizations to test and access their overall security practices both physically and non-physically (software). This includes several scans to find out loopholes in the IT systems.
Benefits of Security Audits: