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What's the Development phase for?

The goal of the development phase is to turn the product design into a stable and high-quality product that is ready for testing and launch.

It is important to carefully plan and execute the development phase in order to ensure the product is of high quality and ready for launch, as this can have a significant impact on the success of the product.

  • High-quality code
  • Implementations for features and functionality of the product
  • Integrations for any necessary third-party services or APIs.
  • It may also involve creating automated tests to ensure the product is functioning as expected.
  • Any necessary adjustments or bug fixes can be made before the product is released to the public.
  • Public release

By the end of the development phase, the customer have a fully functional and stable product that is ready to be launched to the public.

Value-first

We prioritize tasks based on the value they provide to the customer. All tasks and features are prioritized based on their value and importance to the customer.

The goal of a value-first approach is to ensure that the product delivers the most value to the customer in the shortest amount of time. This means that the development team focuses on delivering the core features and functionality that are most important to the customer, rather than trying to build a comprehensive product all at once.

Kanban

Kanban is a lean project management methodology that was originally developed for manufacturing but has since been adopted by many other industries, including product development.

Visualization transparency can help to improve communication and coordination within the team, and can also help to identify and resolve bottlenecks in the process.

Continuous Improvement
helps to identify and eliminate waste, and to ensure that the team is always working on the most valuable tasks.

Flow
helps to ensure that the team is always working on the most important tasks, and that work is not held up waiting for resources or approvals.

Quality Assurance

Process of verifying that a product or service meets certain standards of quality, functionality, and performance.

QA is also important for maintaining the reputation of the company, as a product with defects or issues can damage the trust and loyalty of customers. It is also important for compliance with industry standards and regulations, as some products may be subject to specific requirements or guidelines.

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