mQuBits follows state of the art agile software project management techniques. We’ve adapted the best techniques from the different agile methodologies that work for us. We combine Kanban boards, eXtreme programming, Lean startup, SCRUM and Design thinking. Our approach is the most suitable for the diversity of our team skills. This way we ensure maximum customer satisfaction and on-time delivery.
User Experience UX
It all starts with an inception that needs to be elaborated into a clear idea supported with market research and validation. Reinventing a business model to sustain a business in the market with guaranteed revenue streams is also essential at this step. Having gained a clear understanding due to a deep requirements elicitation, then we’re ready to define the personas of the targeted customers. Designing customer journey maps and customer engagement channels and strategies is also a prerequisite before moving into the next phase.
User Interface UI
After a clear analysis and research, it’s time to draw application wireframes, workflows, screens and mockups. Then we design the human computer interactions and connect the screens together according to use cases and user scenarios. A professional graphic designer innovates a creative user interface (UI) design using up to date technologies such as Adobe Experience Design, Illustrator and Photoshop.
Now our team of software architects are ready to design a scalable architecture for the custom software solution, mobile app, or web portal. The designs in UML go through intensive rounds of discussions and brainstorming to agree on the final plan. The software engineers aka developers start implementing the designed plan following an agile approach to keep the customers involved in the loop for direct instant feedback.
Testing, Deployment & Release
The software completed in previous stages is then fed into comprehensive tests designed and curated using up to date path coverage and test coverage criteria depending on the designed use cases in UX phase. The testing is carried out end to end on three layers: unit testing, integration testing, and system testing. Passing the testing criteria, the software is deployed on servers for production. The servers are best configured for scalability using techniques such as load balancing, server farms, aws clusters, pay as you go provisioning and serverless architecture.