Of course not! Then why is software development any different? In some ways, building software is more complex than building a house. You have to get those specs in writing and build a prototype before you start hammering nails. The two biggest reasons custom software projects fail are a lack of planning and too many change requests during development, which costs you more money. Both of these factors can be avoided by writing an SRS (Software Requirement Specification) and creating a working prototype of the software. Read on, my friend…
Software Requirement Specifications
A Software Requirement Specification document, or SRS, is the blueprint for your future web application or mobile app. This document can include use cases, flowcharts, network diagrams, and wireframes explaining every facet of your app.
As part of our definition process, we create functional prototypes so you can understand how your web or mobile app will operate at completion—all without writing one line of code.
User Interface Design
Our user interface (UI) approach focuses on creating visually appealing designs that are easy-to-use while retaining users. Design awards mean nothing if your website or e-commerce isn't intuitive to your audience.
The user experience (UX) isn't about how your software makes you feel about your brand. It's about how it makes your audience feel. Are they rage-clicking or are they enjoying the process? We can find out through focus groups and heat mapping.