Email, phone, carrier pigeon; however you contact us the first step is an hour with Tom - our CEO and resident strategist. This is a friendly chat for us to get a clear understanding of your goals, challenges and context. We’ll also touch on budgets, timelines and your ideal partnership criteria. End goal: mutual agreement on whether we're a potential good fit for each other or not.
What does success look like and how could we get there? Step two seeks to answer exactly that. This could involve anything from a short conversation all the way up to a series of workshops. Together we craft a plan to see your vision fulfilled and - crucially - we provide multiple pricing options to give you flexibility.
Next we’ll implement a communication strategy and workflow that makes sense for your project. Usually, this means ClickUp, Slack and weekly calls but can be whatever is needed for clarity and confidence. We'll do a thorough kickoff and make sure everyone knows the plan and their place in it.
We believe "little and often" works best when it comes to showing you progress. That way you'll always have a clear and consistent view of good news and bad news. We'll set you and your team up with test versions of the app, so you can gather feedback quickly and influence development.
A good app launch requires discipline and coordination. We'll use our expertise with the Apple App Store and Google Play Store to guide your app smoothly through the launch process. Our team is always on hand to support your marketing and customer service operations.
Once your app is launched, it will need regular maintenance to stay performant and secure. You may also wish to build additional features based upon user feedback and market conditions. We can offer you a flexible support agreement to cater to both these needs.
Henleaze House, 13 Harbury Rd, Henleaze, Bristol BS9 4PN
+44 (0) 117 242 0671
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