This is the key stage in UX design and analytics which directly impacts the final result. We analyze the company’s customers and their needs and preferences to find out who is going to use the product. We pinpoint the context of interaction, the conditions, as well as the technical and business-related limitations.
We’ll be happy to help you launch your interface, too. We use PHP, Bitrix, WordPress and Drupal for back-end development. As for front-end development, we use React for SPA and creating simple websites.
We outsource more complex solutions requiring Swift, Kotlin, Java, Python, Go and the like to our partners.
Sure. A website is a simple interface. There are plenty of effective practices applicable to such projects. You don’t really need this long multistep process if you run a usual shop, for example. See turnkey websites for reference.
For market nichers, we would recommend to turn to design companies competent in your particular domain (this is called vertical expertise). If your designer is a complete alien to your domain, you’ll have to invest time and money to educate them. For example, our vertical expertise is fintech and classifieds.