Let's walk you through the step-by-step breakdown of our discovery phase for software projects.
The first stage of the discovery phase is designed to understand our client’s vision for their software application. This involves understanding the background along with the pain points the envisioned product is aiming to address.
Once we understand the vision and background of your software idea, we move on to the next stage of the discovery phase - visualising the idea. This includes mapping the product vision to a user experience that conforms to the contemporary and is sufficiently powerful to incorporate the use cases identified.
During the discovery phase of software projects, we analyse your requirements as well as perform a technical assessment of the software product development to ensure feature extensibility, scalability, and security. This takes into account some of the requirements that may not necessarily be required in the MVP but would be useful to have in the future versions of the product.
We put together all the information gathered during the requirements analysis process and perform an estimation exercise to conclude the discovery phase. This final stage includes the crucial activity of “requirements scrubbing” - discussions on what items are absolutely essential for MVP, which ones are good to have, and which ones can come later.
With our software discovery services, you can book consultation sessions with our experts to evaluate your software product idea.Get in touch