|Web development refers to the creating, building, and maintaining of websites. It includes aspects such as web design, web publishing, web programming, and database management. It is the creation of an application that works over the internet i.e. websites.
|UI refers to the screens, buttons, toggles, icons, and other visual elements that you interact with when using a website, app, or other electronic device. UX refers to the entire interaction you have with a product, including how you feel about the interaction.
|Mobile application development is the process of creating software applications that run on a mobile device, and a typical mobile application utilizes a network connection to work with remote computing resources.
|Consulting is defined as the practise of providing a third party with expertise on a matter in exchange for a fee. The service may involve either advisory or implementation services. For the consultant, taking an independent and unbiased stance on an issue is central to his/her role.
|Specify what you want to do – Are you looking to build a basic webpage with your contact information? Or do you want to make something with certain functionality? This step is crucial since it determines which skills your developers should have and what technology they will use.
Note down your ideas for design – How would you like your website or custom web applications to look and feel? The more specific your design requirements and design trends, the easier it would be for the developers to give you what you want. To start, you could draw something to show (even the simplest) direction you would like the design to go or make a list of web apps which design you like.
Define your budget – There is no industry standard pricing for how much a web app should cost, so it is essential to know your upper limit. You might be tempted to choose the cheapest option, but then, you could end up paying twice as much later to fix a buggy or non-functional web app.
We create a prototype to demonstrate the behavior of the application and show how it would work in reality. We design fully-interactive prototypes to give you an idea of the workflow of your project.
We design wireframes to provide you an outline of a mobile or web app by demonstrating content, structure and functionality that will exist on your app’s and software’s pages.
Mobile and Web User Interface Design
We deliver our best efforts to ingeniously convert your ideas and thoughts into a clear and fully functional design. We design user interfaces that conform to what the user requires and understands.
Focusing on the core principles of UI design and functionality implementation, we design and deliver responsive and cross-platform compatible designs to ensure that it works across different platforms.
Our team can also create a technical design that helps our clients understand the technical workflow of the project. In technical design, we define technology stack for all the components of the app, third-party integrations and interactions of services and APIs.
If you already have an app or a website but it does not look appealing or professional, we can help you by re-designing the entire website or application. After evaluating your app and understanding the users, we make your software look engaging and beautiful.
Native mobile applications are written in the programming language and frameworks provided by the platform owner and running directly on the operating system of the device such as iOS and Android.
Cross-platform native mobile applications can be written in variety of different programming languages and frameworks, but they are compiled into a native application running directly on the operating system of the device.
Progressive Web Applications
PWAs offer an alternative approach to traditional mobile app development by skipping app store delivery and app installations. PWAs are web applications that utilize a set of browser capabilities - such as working offline, running a background process, and adding a link to the device home screen - to provide an 'app like' user experience.
|A technology consultant is hired to ensure a company’s software and technology aren’t hindering its productivity in any way. If it is, the consultant will recommend and implement changes to improve things. IT consultants could be hired for anything from software management to data analytics.
Individuals in these roles may also be responsible for ensuring devices and programs are secure so that private information cannot be hacked or breached. Some example IT consultant / Technology consultant roles are:
Software Implementation Consultant
Cyber Security Consultant
Field Technical Consultant