We understand the importance of process in the business as we grow. Our custom web and mobile app development company keeps on redefining processes as per the problems in each phase of app development and is ever open to doing modification in the process as per client demands wherever necessary. Here, we have summed up our time tested app development process at CodeToArt, from ideation to implementation to release to support, engaging our clients at each stage of the process.

Estimation Phase
.Once we receive a query from the client end, we immediately send the NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) to clients.
.Sign in to start a further discussion.
.If you have not documented your idea while planning for web app outsourcing, we can send the Request For Proposal (RFP) template.
.We assign this requirement to the Account Manager with technical expertise and sound business acumen.
.The Account Manager will have several calls and email communications to discuss all project-related queries, issues, risks, and solutions and advice.
.Once the requirements are precise, he will decide the technology stack and team structure.
.Hold talks with the UI/UX team and the Development team to find approximate estimates.
.We will send you a personalized offer approximate time and effort required for each feature, tech stack we'll be using, and team structure.
.Sign the contract to start the work.

.Analysis by the account manager
.Studies your requirements in detail
.Understands user personas
.Conducts competitor and market analysis
.Finds third-party APIs
.UI/UX designer starts doing UI/UX research
.Designing the wireframes, which give you the whole idea of how your app will look.
.While designing, we send you designs frequently for the feedback to suggest the changes and approve further processes.

(a) Implementation phase: The designer completes a few initial screens, and once the client approves them, we start with the development.
.Set up a project in the project management tool (JIRA or Trello) and add developers and testers into it.
.Sets up a git repository and adds respective developers and testers to the git repo.
.Creates user stories & project backlog based on functional and non-functional requirements and business needs.

(b) Testing
our tester tests the build validates it and raises the bugs in the project management tool.
.Deployment and Release
.Development - Used by developers and testers.
.Staging/Testing - Used by testers and clients.
.Production - Used by testers for sanity testing and end-users.

Post Release and Support
We do provide post-release support services where we quickly develop and ship the new features as per the client’s feedback.
Post-release support in two forms:
.Fixed Monthly Retainer
.Sprint Based

Tools for visibility
.Slack - For Team communication
Zoom - For meetings. But we are open to other options if the client prefers other tools for meetings.
.Gitlab - Code Repository
.JIRA or Trello - We use JIRA or Trello for Project Management, but we are open to other tools for the same if the client prefers a different tool.
.Clockify - For Time tracking

We would love to walk you through our portfolio page and check out our client’s success stories on codetoart.com
We provide full-stack mobile and web app development services to clients across the global, SME’s, and startups. Contact us for your next project!
Glen 30 june 2020, 11:24