Our Workflow

Let's do it together


We hold the project budget with best in class tools:

  • harvest to keep the budget under control
  • jira roadmaps to keep the timeline tight and work accountable

Examples of Roadmaps from Jira:

Jira Roadmap Example
The best practices

Our streamline processes

Discovery Call1 step

It’s all starts with an idea. Business comes with an idea. Then we schedule a discovery call. The aim of this 30-minute chat is to assess whether we’re a match. While other agencies focus purely on their own skills, we will show you how we tap into achievable deliverables and present you with ideas how to improve the project delivery.

Onboarding & Feature creation.2 step

Meet your technology: Product manager, Tech Lead, and CEO. We'll have a thorough chat to align on the position and SLA. Spending 60 minutes together now will reduce iterations later on and is a crucial factor in filling roles with high success rates for your next IT project.

Soon after, Product manager and Tech Lead will create features and technical tasks for future sprints. A feature refers to a distinct functionality of a platform or a component on a site website. It is often integrated into the design and development process to enhance the user experience, provide a specific service, or achieve a particular goal. For example, implement smooth onboarding experience, using Google Sign Up form and 2 forms straight after, asking about their previous bad experience with online platforms and ways to improve that, so users spend less time onboarding and submits required information, and we can receive her preferences for our future cooperation.

Feature analysis and improvement suggestion.3 step

The team discusses complexity of development and our previous findings. We also analyse market trends and conduct competitive analysis. With our findings we come back to you and discuss our next steps.

It helps the team to learn more about your project, industry and people who they will be working with.

Roadmapping.4 step

After agreement on features, we prioritise them on a roadmap with clear deliverable dates. You possess a full clarity regarding next steps and priorities and the team has confidence in delivering the tasks.

If everything clicks on this step, then we sign a contract to commence the development work, which includes advance payments for servers with the right computing power, infrastructure, html templates, etc etc.

Development.5 step

Getting things done require iterative steps between Steps, 5, 6, 7. On the development step we write code, documentation, conduct meetings with other teams e.g. integration teams if required, check acceptance criterias, and release features on testing environments. That's usually a dedicated URL is assigned for this, for example, test.your-domain.com.au

QA & Testing.6 step

Testers then pick up features and thoroughly examine it. They may discover large produced and transmitted over the net reports, uneccessary data duplication, or slow networks on infrastructure.

Showcasing.7 step

Once it has undergone polishing, we showcase a feature in bi-weekly demonstrations. Either developers or a product manager will demonstrate its functionality. During this phase, we actively engage with customer or user groups to gather feedback, which we then use to make improvements for future development.