How we work

Each Frontbyte’s project is unique and carefully crafted according to the customer's needs. Here’s how we make sure we offer the most efficient solutions.
To ensure that our team works in a systematic way, Frontbyte uses the Scrum methodology inside the company.
Regardless of team types, we hold internal biweekly retrospective meetings, communicating the results of these meetings to our customers. This helps us highlight growth points and issues to solve.
Frontbyte selects its team members carefully, building trusting relationships within the company. We value our employees and do our best to provide a comfortable environment for everyone.

How we manage projects

Our Workflow

A customer comes to Frontbyte with an idea or a concept. We initiate communication to make sure we know exactly what is needed and how we can help.
Our business analysis and UX/UI teams work on the text and visualise concepts of the solution. Frontbyte developers check the intermediate results and give their feedback. At the end of this stage, the customer receives a fully designed concept.
If the customer wants to proceed with the project, the project moves to the next stage.
Frontbyte chooses the right team for the project and roughly estimates the time needed for its development.
Our project manager works with the customer on creating a roadmap for the project and choosing features to include in the first version.
The development process starts. If the application is designed from scratch, Frontbyte develops the architecture, sets up the technical environment and tools for work, and adjusts processes.

The project’s designer and business analyst work closely with the product owner from the customer’s side on more detailed requirements for the first features. When the developers start working on them, the BA and the designer proceed to the next item in the plan, one step ahead of the developers.

The process of preparing requirements is iterative. Every team member participates in it in order to offer better-working solutions and reject unrealizable proposals. The requirements are approved by the client.
Frontbyte employs Agile for the development stage. This allows clients to get real and tangible results of our work more often. In addition, soon after the release of a functionality, we can get and analyse the feedback from users, and adjust further priorities and the roadmap based on this feedback.

Frontbyte developers apply best practices to their work, such as using multiple environments and doing code review. We perform both manual and automation testing in accordance with the customer’s needs.
Each sprint ends with a release. Before it, we check all the new functionality, and also do critical path testing, which is testing all previously implemented features of the application.
After the release, the project team closes the sprint and plans a new one based on the prioritisedbacklog. We hold a retrospective meeting, where the team reflects on the work done and makes suggestions for optimising processes.

Development Team Extension

Frontbyte also works on projects where the customer needs to strengthen its development team. These projects have a different set of stages.
Frontbyte drafts the project’s terms, budget, and interview process.
We choose the best employees for the project.
Frontbyte prepares weekly performance reports for the customer.
When the Frontbyte developers join the customers team, we also suggest a PM to manage the new team or its part.
The customer contacts Frontbyte and requests specialists to join its team.
At all stages, the customer may require different professionals. Frontbyte makes sure to cover the demand, meeting the customer’s requirements.
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