The kickoff meeting is a key to successful projects. The purpose of a such meeting is to introduce the team, understand the project background, understand what needs to be done, and agree on how to work together effectively.
A software requirement specification describes how a product will work entirely from the user's (or customer's) perspective. A technical specification describes the internal implementation of the software.
Estimating is a critical part of project planning, involving a quantitative estimate of project costs, resources or duration.
Project planning is the process of establishing the scope, defining the objectives and steps to obtain them.
The aim of UI & UX is to present an optimized design to customers and allow them to navigate through the application and websites as quickly as possible.
This is what hides behind the scene, the magic that make things work.
Quality assurance is a process designed to give management and the customer confidence that an organisation will deliver qualified products or services.
Software Delivery is the process of getting a software product to market.
Once a product is out in the market, there is a need in incorporating the feedback received into the next version of the product, to improve usability, user-friendliness, features and overall value.