Every successful web or mobile development demands a well defined plan. VOCSO's Web Design Consultants discuss and brainstorm the project and prepare a formal project specification document that addresses your business goals, agreed solution, timeline, best suited approach and the payment terms. This helps us ensure that there are no conflict during the actual process and the tech team and the client are on the same page in terms of what is being expected. The project is broken down in several milestones and modules for better management.
The second step in the VOCSO methodology is the design and development process. After the formal approval and commercial agreement is executed, the project is assigned to a project team which comprises of UI/UX designers, web developers, team leader and quality analyst. The selection of team is made based on the skills required for the project. Accountability is set for different team members and the dependencies are set and obeyed while executive the actual build process. Regular updates are communicated to client and feedbacks are highly valued at this stage.
After successfully addressing the feedbacks received from client and quality checks documented by the QA team, we deploy the build on production environment. Our project manager is available to ensure any last minute changes, bug fixes are addressed to ensure a smooth transition to the production servers.
The team ensures the project has been built to the specifications outlined in the original plan. This is as close to perfect as we can get before delivering your project for final review.
We recommend you opt for the monthly or annual maintenance agreement with us, if you want to ensure a smoothly running website or apps. VOCSO maintenance specialists will monitor websites for uptime, bugs, hosting issues, data capture funnels and much more.
Continuously evaluate and recommend the best enhancement based on technological developments, growing needs and trends .
Suggested enhancements if agreed and approved by the client are handled via a change management process.