Agile Development Company

Fluidity utilises an Agile Methodology in all of our client engagements. This methodology and our exceptionally lean software development process guarantees that the solution designed and developed, with your input, is engaging, world class and intuitive for the users.

Our Methodology/Process

Fluidity Agile Practises encompasses the following understanding that the key goal for agile development is the use of shorter development cycles with more frequent interactions between the two different stakeholders, the business and development teams.

Our Methodology encompasses the following:

  1. - Agility, whereby we use a series of feedback loops to ensure that we are always in touch with the rhythm/heartbeat of a project
  2. - Quality system that meets expectations of the client (business) and the user
  3. - Simplicity of solution allows greater agility
  4. - Continuous Improvement improves skillsets

Fluidity's Processes And Procedures

Multiple feedback loops are used during each part of the agile process and this ensures we are always in touch with the rhythm/heartbeat of a project. Continuous Improvement improves skill-sets

Respect, Honesty and Trust where respect of our fellow colleagues and customers leads to greater trust and better communication. When things go wrong (we do our best to prevent this, but sometimes life has other plans), it's the trust that we've built with our clients that's going to pull us all through.

Listed below is Fluidity's processes and procedures that are undertaken for each project for our clients.

1. Kick Off Session

The kick off session is a short, but detailed exercise with all the stakeholders. This is to ensure all the stakeholders are on the same page pertaining to the requirements and how the software development project will be run. This is normally a two to three hour session, depending on complexity of project.

2. Requirement Gathering Session

The design sprints session occurs over a few days depending on size and complexity of the project. The idea behind these sessions is to take a complex project and to break it down into smaller interconnected parts. This creates a base from which to work from. Key risks and challengers are highlighted and possible mitigation strategies discussed.

3. Design Phase

The design phase incorporated within the sprints are conducted with the stakeholders. This ensures a design that meets both the business requirements and a seamless efficient user experience. Simplicity of solution allows greater agility.

4. Development Sprints

The development sprints are broken down into either one, two or three week sprints. Each of these sprint incorporates a QA tester that will create automated tests for each of the development sprints. These sprints allow Fluidity to meet delivery deadlines, creates momentum within the project and allows the stakeholders to see valid and tangible movement in the project.

5. Retrospective

Each sprint cycle is tracked and retrospective sessions held to highlight improvement areas. This increases not only performance but morale in the team as changes highlights are evaluated and actioned.

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