Hybrid delivery – best of all worlds!
We use different delivery methodologies to guide us, including MoSCoW prioritisation, agile impact mapping to link user needs with business objectives, and PRINCE2 themes including risk and change management.
Our clients appreciate our pragmatic, unique approach which is greatly influenced by the agile manifesto; customer collaboration over contract negotiation, working software over comprehensive documentation, responding to change over following a plan and individuals and interactions over processes and tools.
Minimal viable product (MVP)
In the early stages of planning, we agree the minimal viable product, what is the bear minimum requirement in order for us to launch, and what can be rolled out post-launch.
This approach means we rarely miss a deadline, but also that we can launch early and starting learning.
Continuous improvement (CI)
After launching a new product, we typically begin a continuous improvement programme which delivers frequent changes, empowered by using data and analysis to inform our decisions.
We’ve always said that a website is never finished, and simple marginal gains may be all that is required to keep ahead of your competition.
You need to keep pace with trends, adapt to changes in algorithms, add content to engage users, and continue to grow your digital footprint.
Flexibility is key
Our CI programmes work like a traditional retainer and can be used for web design and development services, but also means our whole team are on hand to provide other services including SEO, PPC, email, social, content, strategy or consultancy.
We give full transparency of our systems which means our clients can see our time reports, know when their services have been down, and are aware of updates and changes being made.
This is the best approach to build trust and great relationships, and provides with peace of mind they’re in good hands!
And we give all customers a ‘client bible’, a single online document which contains everything about their service; tech documentation, project spec, regression test plan, CMS instructions, links to contracts, PM platform, uptime reporting and much more.
Every time a question is asked we stick the answer in the bible, building a valuable resource for others to use in the future.