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Here is a showcase of the latest projects our team has done for our clients using the latest software technologies to capture Business Requirements and Solve business challenges through the delivery of a multitude of IT Services and Solutions.Find Out More
What Makes Us Different?
Our team adheres to a tried-and-true agile process custom-made to your business requirements & values.
We establish and maintain code style guidelines and best practices around source code workflows across all teams.
Each phase goes through a rigorous internal quality assessment (QA) process to ensure highest quality.
On time Delivery
Our developers pride themselves on meeting timelines through set processes that help mitigate risks and maximize efficiency.
How Mind IT® Team can help you?
As a Web application development company,
we are equipped to develop highly secured, robust and innovative solutions. We also promise:
Project planning refers to defining goals and objectives of the overall web development project. This is the most important stage in the entire project. It is further divided into the following five parts.
Requirement assessment refers to finding out the precise business requirement. This includes shaping the application goals, complete features, target audience, and other similar information about the application.
Project summary sums up the website's requirements. It serves as a reference point throughout the web development process and the document is typically concise.
Determining Required Resources
The project planning stage also defines the software and other resource requirements for the website project. In this step, the needs of 3rd party media is identified. All of the resource requirements is then added to the budget of the project.
Key performance goals
The website planning stage also involves determining key performance goals. Budgeted costs, project deadlines, and page speed are some of the website design and advance goals that are set at this stage.
A competitor analysis is done. The type of audience, daily hits, load capability, security etc. are thought through. Other things that are considered important at this stage include visual branding, call to action, navigation, and layout.
After planning, we work on determining project scope. Creating a well defined scope of the project helps in ensuring timely delivery within the specified budget. One of the best ways to outline the project scope is through a Gantt chart which offers a visual reference of the project and also creates accountability within the development team.
The next phase is application designing wherein we focus on selecting the theme, color, flow, screen layout, features, and other aspects of the application. In a way it could be treated as a prototype which gives you the complete feel of the application without the functionality (without the code). The development team can send the prototypes to the client for review, feedback & approval.
Here the prototypes approved by the client are transformed into working code. The development process can be divided into two parts, i.e. frontend and backend. Frontend, as the name suggests, is development of the client side application visible to the users and is used by them. Here usability & looks are very important.
Backend refers to development of the server side application that is the heart of the complete application and makes the user interface into a working web application. The backend developers create the server-side application, database, integrates business logic and everything that works under the hood.
Next comes the testing and deployment process where the QA team tests the application before deployment. The designer, developer & QA members will check & test the complete functionality of the application to ensure that it runs smoothly when made live.
After final approval from the client, the application is delivered. The application files and other associated data are set up on a server so that the target audience can start using it.
The application development process doesn't end after go-live & there are several post-deployment tasks to be carried out such as providing the clients with project documents, working on their feedbacks and
maintenance and support.
Further enhancements according to the user's feedback, support and maintenance as well as new updates are equally necessary and hence this phase helps to improve client's service and stay ahead in the market.
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