From the early stages our process merges design and development. This is a more efficient approach, encourages teamwork, and genuinely gives projects momentum.

We start with wireframes and prototypes so you’ll have a clear impression of how customers will flow through your website. Following approval we move onto final designs. We don’t design multiple concepts – we prefer to focus on what we feel is the best approach for you. We always design and build responsively meaning your website will naturally scale across multiple devices.

From design sign off we proceed to full development. Prior to this our development team will be setting up style guides and beginning to build the elements that will make up your final website.


We’re strong believers in prior preparation and the benefits this can have to the project. We understand how important it is to have good communication.

From an initial meeting you can expect briefs, specifications and project plans landing in your inbox for your approval. Once you give us the go ahead, your project will be booked and we’ll get started.

Content first is our approach. We don’t mean final right at the beginning but by knowing what you want to say and the goals you’ve set we can create a much more successful project. In our experience, making these decisions in the early stages is worthwhile to have clear understanding of how you want your website to work.

Tools and Frameworks

  • WCF
  • WPF
  • Silverlight
  • LINQ
  • ADO.NET Entity Framework
  • Microsoft Enterprise Library
  • MEF/Unity
  • Nhibernate
  • Sprint.Net
  • Sorry
  • Sharepoint
  • JBoss AS
  • Tomcat
  • Nginx
  • IIS
  • Endeca
  • JSP
  • JSF
  • JPA
  • Hibernate
  • CDI
  • JAX-RS
  • RESTEasy
  • Spring
  • Seam
  • Maven
  • GWT
  • Wicket
  • Django
  • South
  • Celery
  • Tornado
  • Amazon AWS
  • S3
  • Rackspace
  • Heroku
  • Windows Azure
  • Objective-C
  • Cocoa
  • Cocos2d
  • Titanium
  • Phonegap
  • jQuery Mobile
  • HTML5
  • Android
  • Windows Mobile
  • Selenium Webdriver
  • Various PDF frameworks
  • Various control libraries
  • OCR SDKs
  • CrystalReports
  • Django
  • South
  • Celery
  • Tornado
  • Objective-C
  • Cocoa
  • Cocos2d
  • Titanium
  • Phonegap
  • jQuery Mobile
  • HTML5
  • Android
  • Windows Mobile
  • XSLT
  • XPath
  • XSL-FO

Desktop | Web | Mobile & Tablet

We have wide experience both in development platforms and business domains.

We don’t specialize in particular technologies, but we are definitely proficient and experienced with a wide array of tools and systems. Every product is unique and we try to fit the right team with the right skills for that particular product. Our teams have worked on web applications, created desktop applications and built numerous mobile apps.



Every software product starts with an idea, that can either be absent from the market or more to an existing solution. But the “IDEA” is the start for this journey.

You come to software developers like us with an idea for a product that does not exist in the market. You typically speak to a “requirement analyst” (buzz word for anyone who understands software products well). You explain the features and the advantages of the product.
Sketches and features

From the discussion, we make notes of the functionality and make sketches of the product. We use the sketches to make a list of features for the product.



We then develop a wireframe for the product that details the functionality of the product. Wireframes are nothing but a slightly better set of sketches where you can follow how your app will behave. The wireframe pictures go through a lot of to and fro where you say “nah, I am not sure that’s how I want it” and us saying “but if you don’t make that action button large people will not tap it” etc.



Once the we are all happy with the wireframes our designers turn the wireframes into colored pictures of what the actual application will look like. Designing mockups will help to visualize the outcome of the product, that will involve the colors, icons, identifying the different functional changes.



Using the wireframes and the mockups, the programmers come in to play, the development phase starts.



Software testing will improve the product, fixes bugs and helps to do more before the release.



After all of these, when the product is ready, it will be launched to your end users.



Ending with customer(s) appreciating an awesome solution that they have been waiting for.

Now is this a brief explanation for the phases for a software development process. There are more to it when it comes to real life production process. Just try to think of it in a fun and simple way to deal with, makes the whole production process a lot easier, collaborative and efficient.




Great design and development goes nowhere without great quality. Our integrated quality assurance approach incorporates aspects of agile and lean development with the stability and reliability of traditional SQA process.


We believe software quality assurance is only possible with a mixed set of procedures which should involve all members of the team collaborating with a dedicated team of SQA professionals.



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Once the software is done, content is king. We understand this need and help our customers building up their content. Our research teams have researched, compiled and maintained content in diverse fields and for a variety of applications.


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