Research and background reading is combined with a workshop at the beginning of the discovery phase. With this method, we can engage with each customer to verify any assumptions and provide a precise specification for the website creation and future development. As a result, we can make better design decisions since we have a more excellent company grasp. In the discovery phase, the MVP might be agreed upon, and, consequently, we may even conclude that the firm does not require a website at all.
UI/UX Design Phase:
When browsing for goods and services online, would you instead use a website that has a user-friendly design and is easy to use or one that is slow, difficult to navigate, and takes longer to complete a transaction? No doubt about it, the second one.
The cornerstone of a successful website is user experience and user interface design (UI/UX). If you want to build a successful website for your company, you must understand the significance of UI/UX design and its function in the production process.
The Programming Phase:
Once the skeleton is complete, it is time to work. The developers begin coding to make your website a functional piece of software.
The two aspects of software development coding are:
The term “client-side” development is used to describe front-end development. Users see and interact with this content on the browser’s screen. Here, user interaction is critical.
The development of the website’s back end, not accessible to the general public. Backend and front-end connect and exchange information so that users may engage with the website’s features.
As a result, the backend software engineers appropriately implement all the business logic and data storage. Database construction, API integration, security checks are all examples of backend development.
Quality Assurance Phase:
During this step, the website’s quality and browser compatibility are examined. Testers test the written code to ensure its correctness. Both development and testing teams do various forms of testing, such as integration tests, regression tests, functional tests, smoke tests, load tests, and performance tests. Based on the type of testing and online projects, testing may be done manually or automatically. Corrective measures are used when desired and desirable outcomes are not achieved.