methodology is influenced from Fusebox Lifecycle Process
(FLiP)- a process for developing web applications.
The steps we follow:-
1) Personas and Goals
Who will use this application? Why will they use it?
A persona is a precise description of the application's
user. Instead of designing feature based application,
we design goal based application. This process helps
deliver application desired by the end user. We will
make discussions with you, where we can ask and answer
lots of questions about your business.Listening and
close observation help us accurately scope and bid each
Wireframing is a way to quickly model the proposed
actions that will be performed by the application. The
result of wireframing is a clickable model of the application
that doesn't look anything like the finished project,
but gives the architect an idea of how the client will
help the persona achieve their goals. We believe that
showing our client something early on is vital to the
success of our project.
3. Prototype / Front-End Development
A prototype is a clickable model of the finished application
with no backend behind it. Prototyping is the largest
step in the FLiP cycle, generally taking up to 70% of
the project's effort. The result of prototyping is something
that looks exactly like the finished application, with
functionality limited to the client side. The objective
is to discover exactly what the client expects from
the application, and how they want it to look.
4. Back-End designing and Coding
At this point, the technical teams begin to implement
your web solution, following the Prototype created before.
Frequent review sessions with clients ensure that we
stay on task and on schedule every step of the way.
5. Testing and QA
Upon completion of development, Emax takes your project
through rigorous testing procedures, examining browser
compatibility, load speed, database design and accessibility.
Outstanding technical issues are identified and resolved.
During launch, Emax oversees the migration of your
site from the development server to live server. Extensive
testing is conducted so that site launches and displays
without a hitch. Once you, the client, are satisfied
with the result, you're off to the races.