Digilogue has developed a clear development path which we use in development of large-scale projects and websites. In general, this involves the following steps:
This stage involves discussion of the project between the client and Digilogue. We try to work out what the actual needs of the project are, and define in as much detail as possible how everything works, what resources might be needed as well as a project management framework to work within. Based on the above, we will give the client a time and cost estimate, or in the case of a large scale software development project, we will propose development of an SRS (Software Requirements Specification).
Development of a draft version. For many projects, the first draft is when both the development team and client see the 'whole picture' and sometimes it is only at this stage that the full scope of the project can accurately be assessed.
Liaising & Iterative Development:
Feedback and further discussion enable full implementation of the functionality and form of the project. Throughout the project, regular communication is essential to achieve milestones and keep everyone appraised of progress and any issues arising.
Implementation & Support:
Going live with the project, dealing with any implementation issues and providing support to the client and end users.