Our differentiator : Process + Tools
DVblueprint Methodology represents the summation of DVmobile's skills, knowledge, and experiences. We bring years of Enterprise know-how together with the best emerging technologies, and marry that with exceptional UX Design to create disruptive breakthroughs. We consciously make Design not one step, but a constant that assures the best User Experience (UX) throughout the lifecycle.
Because technology changes so fast, we have learned to adapt and stay focused on solutions that improve our clients' business and their customers' quality of life. This is the DVmobile mission — and the starting point for our most successful solutions.
We put immense focus on the first 15% of the process, our Inception phase, knowing that key business insights and the decisions made early on determine the success of the project.
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The Construction phase is iterative, highly collaborative and learning-oriented. Our Core Team moves through the whole cycle, ensuring the original context and business objectives end up in the final solution.
After the application is designed, developed, and ready to go, we thoughtfully move through the Transition phase. The solution is deployed to the market, and our client is set up to measure, support and maintain the solution for the long-term.
Origins of our Process
Our process leverages years of collective software development and project management experience. It embraces proven methodologies and utilizes our passion to continually improve them. We have utilized source elements from diverse fields, including Manufacturing, Continuous Delivery, Industrial Design and Design Thinking, abstracting key elements and incorporating them to our own experience, called "DVblueprint Methodology".
The following sources represent key elements of our methodology:
- Methodology sources.
- Design. Holistic and Empathic Design principles, based upon User-Centered Design and Design Thinking, focusing on the user’s emotions and providing better user experiences. These stem from Stanford University and IDEO's approach to Industrial Design, the development of mass-produced physical consumer products.
- Quality. Total Quality Management (TQM) as defined by W. Edwards Deming (the father of quality). In particular, focusing on improvement of the System, including the 15/85 rule, where the first 15% of the project focuses on getting the vision, design and user experience right; all of which benefits and helps ensure the remaining 85% is successful!
- People First. We are a big believer in the human aspect of technology development, making people and relationships first priority. As a Team, we incorporate our collective experience and ability to lead, adapt, and continuously meet if not exceed our clients’ business goals.