Our optimal approach

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We don't just want to develop, we want to deliver. That's why we believe in agile development. Development based on continuous improvement.

Why agile approach?

You can have a great product, but only satisfied customers make it a successful product. That's why you need to test the idea for a potential great product as soon as possible, and start improving it based on feedback from your customers. This is the only way to cover their needs and succeed in the market.

When is it suitable?

The vision of the business, the product or their features are not fully defined. The method is suitable for teams working on rapidly evolving products, e.g. technologies.

How we work with the agile approach

It's a long way from an idea to a successful product. Feedback should always be sought.

What will you use to validate your idea?


This is an interactive visualisation of your product that brings your idea to life. It usually demonstrates the user flows, key design elements, and the look and feel of your product.

The prototype is created at the end of the product definition phase, just before product development begins. A good prototype is something you can present to investors and can be used for user testing, demos, discussions, and more.

Now that you have proven your idea is feasible with a prototype, we can get started

1. Prototype
1. Prototype
2. MVP
2. MVP
3. MLP
3. MLP


Who will provide product development

Product development is a team effort. Who all is in the team and what is their role?


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Product Owner

Helps manage product development and creates tasks


Persons involved in or influenced by the development of a project


Creates an optimal experience for users when interacting with products


Responsible for making sure everything works as expected

Dev Team

Dev-ops Architect

Helps build infrastructure with cost and performance in mind.


Writes code, creates 'business logic
The key is that the individual members are on the same page and everything works as it should. To do this, you need to choose the right processes. Most often we use SCRUM. This way we deliver products in regular cycles. 'Sprints'.

How the development itself takes place

We create websites in cyclical 14-day iterations.

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User testing
Partner's feedback
Product backlog
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Partner's feedback
Testing & qa
Next sprint

Monitoring, feedback collection, support

In an ideal world, the development of your product never ends because you always need to come up with improvements. It may be that you need an extended period of time to gather feedback, modify processes, or secure funding.

During that time, we maintain the application, monitor it, and are ready to help you.

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