If you are a visionary, Tertl can help you refine and communicate your vision. Combining needs assessment, competitive analysis, and architectural review with your core vision and objectives, we find the opportunities to produce that Aha! moment: "I must have this product."
Cheaper to build and easier to change, a functioning prototype can be the right first step to prove, demonstrate, investigate or refine a software concept.
Tertl designs and produces finished, mission-critical products for any combination of mobile, web, desktop, and device platforms.
Specific methods can vary, but one way or another, two principles are essential. First, anticipation—of product requirements, design choices, technical challenges, and communication pitfalls— is a critical discipline. Foresight is never 20-20, but we see farther ahead than most, because of our experience, and because we work at it. Second, because smaller software projects are completed more efficiently, and with lower risk, than larger ones, we look for creative ways to trim and chunk projects into manageable pieces: for example, through minimum viable products, working prototypes, module testing shells, and sequencing of deliverables into coherent interim products. To avoid technical debt, we strive to expose and fix bugs as early as possible—sometimes before they're even written. These practices go hand in hand with management transparency, involving the client at all phases of development.