With a nearshore development team that we offered, we created a desktop application that helps to optimize the treatment for hemophilia decease using the historical information of the subject and analyze that data to estimate the right doses.
The result is a better life quality for the patients, a higher-performing treatment, and cost-efficient.
First, we assume the purposes. Then, we continue with the definition of the spec with the customer, where it is plausible to potentiate, scale, redefine, and land to a viable and prolific technological approach, using the following steps:
1. Determination of result priorities.
2. Review of the high-level specification of the product.
3. Making the technical viabilities and external factors to be used (technological allies, APIs, libraries, frameworks) and technologies to apply.
4. Defining the third-party platforms to combine Deliverable: Product documentation at a high level. Team members: IT Senior consultant, Innovation Consultant, and the architect.
Explicit definition of all the functional and non-functional characteristics that the final product must cover, along with its acceptance criteria and technical characteristics on desirable technologies to develop the product. Deliverable: Document of functional, non-functional requirements, and user stories. Cooperating team profile: Engineer specialized in requirement analysis.
Our Software development team created all architectures following scalability, designs, and client terms. We always follow these processes looking for the most well-built performance for the desktop app. The technologies selected to work with are Microsoft visual studio .Net, WPF (Windows presentation Forms), and SQL Server. We gave the product a great equilibrium between an excellent look and feel and fabulously functional and non-functional execution.
We created the user experience and user interface for the desktop app aligned with the client’s expectations, best practices, and decisions. We use the best design instruments and combine the experience of the art director, UX designers, and UI designers.