"Why am I getting drastically different cost quotes?"
Creatives, entrepreneurs, and inventors alike tend to suffer from the same issue: biting off more than we can chew.
For those outside the industry, there can be a language barrier when trying to find a team to build your product.
Not everyone has a tech background
In fact, most people don't. So how are people expected to get started on technology projects?
A roadmap for the language of technology
from initial design phase to a functional prototype.
Advising businesses and creators through the first steps of a technology project to launch faster
Start with a vision and move onto a plan for realizing it. Learn the practices and language of technology teams.
Research Existing Products
Determine your problem statement
Create user persona's
Brainstorm features your product will have
Clarify your vision
Get feedback from customers and stakeholders
Refine user experience
Design changes are more efficient
Request For Proposal
Show development teams your vision with usable mockups and wireframe designs.
Get ready to move forward. Use the work and information gathered to begin officially building the product.
Detailed RFP's will ensure better quotes from developers
Responses from multiple developers will be easier to compare
Save money since most of the challenges have already been addressed
Advising during the beginning stage of a technology project.
Create clickable prototypes to test tighten designs.
* Wireframe costs scale with project complexity.
Help research different technology developers and narrow down the best fit for your project. Attend developer meetings to ensure communication is clear.
Personal Chief Technical Officer
Work with your project from ideation until your product is launched.