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Phase 2: Custom Application Development
We started our look into how custom applications are built and the step by step breakdown used to get this process moving: here. Now let’s move on to the next four steps involved in this progression.
  • 29 April 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
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Custom Software Solutions - Prototyping
The next step in developing custom software applications, following the requirements / initial engagement phase, is prototyping. I have been involved in prototyping sessions that have lasted anywhere from a half day session of single concepts to many month marathon sessions fleshing out complex concepts from user login to backend reporting processes. This is neither a phase that should be ignored nor a place to trim some cost and time out of a project. The better and more complete your prototype is the easier it will be downstream when you get to development.
  • 24 April 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 3301
Custom Software Solutions: Requirements / Initial Engagement 2
The Requirements / Initial Engagement phase is not through quite yet.  You can check out the first half of this phase: here if you missed out.  Following the initial engagement session, it is important to digest all the ideas that were presented. Take those ideas and document them into a long-term product roadmap.
  • 10 April 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 3233
Phase 1: Custom Application Development

Have a great idea you’d like to put into motion?  Maybe you have an idea about having an idea but you’re not sure what the process would be.  Confused yet?  We offer Custom Application Development, but what does that mean to you exactly?  Let’s take a look into how custom applications are built and the step by step breakdown used to get this process moving. 

  • 2 April 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 3330
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Phase 1: Custom Application Development

Have a great idea you’d like to put into motion?  Maybe you have an idea about having an idea but you’re not sure what the process would be.  Confused yet?  We offer Custom Application Development, but what does that mean to you exactly?  Let’s take a look into how custom applications are built and the step by step breakdown used to get this process moving. 
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Custom Software Solutions: Requirements / Initial Engagement 2

The Requirements / Initial Engagement phase is not through quite yet.  You can check out the first half of this phase: here if you missed out.  Following the initial engagement session, it is important to digest all the ideas that were presented. Take those ideas and document them into a long-term product roadmap.
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Custom Software Solutions - Prototyping

The next step in developing custom software applications, following the requirements / initial engagement phase, is prototyping. I have been involved in prototyping sessions that have lasted anywhere from a half day session of single concepts to many month marathon sessions fleshing out complex concepts from user login to backend reporting processes. This is neither a phase that should be ignored nor a place to trim some cost and time out of a project. The better and more complete your prototype is the easier it will be downstream when you get to development.
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Phase 2: Custom Application Development

We started our look into how custom applications are built and the step by step breakdown used to get this process moving: here. Now let’s move on to the next four steps involved in this progression.
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Next Generation of Personal Assistant Applications

I have spent a lot of time thinking about how to get things organized, prioritized, and then ultimately completed.  In fact, if I would have just done the tasks instead of discussing and thinking about them, they would probably be done already.  We procrastinators will get around to uniting and solving these problems someday….  Anyway, I've been using this application called EasilyDo for a few weeks now and I have come to like it, or should I say, I have come to like the idea of it and I am wanting more
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Custom Software Solutions - Wireframes

It is now on to my favorite phase in the process –wireframes. This is where things begin to take shape and you can start to see what, whatever it is that you are building, is going to look like. I like to use analogies, so picture this if you will: Think of a wireframe design just like walking through the new house you are having built when just the studs are up. You can begin to see room designs, layouts, sizes, etc. In your new home, you begin to see navigation –this is what I will see from the front door, this is what the view from the kitchen will be, this is how many steps from the master bed room to the nursery that it really is. Prototypes only get you so far, like new home blueprints, but wireframes really give the project some life.
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