How we work

Our process has a demonstrated record of success.

We start by identifying and then working to resolve your project's largest technical risks. Implementing an MVP allows us to find and test solutions in real-world conditions.

To maximise ROI, we take a pragmatic approach to assembling your technology stack. We'll identify and implement off-the-shelf solutions that meet your requirements — and write custom code when required.

This approach reflects our belief in partnership and collaboration. We internalise the needs of your business and your customers.

Your project is assigned a dedicated team consisting of Designers, Engineers and a Product Manager. Their shared goal is to help you deliver a great digital product.

A Crystalnix Project, Step by step

1

Initial Meeting

We like to start a new relationship with an informal chat. We want to get to know your business and the challenges you face, as well as problems we can help solve.

5

Development & Testing

Once the design is signed off, we begin the developement process. We build the solution in a manner that makes operation,  updates and maintenance cost effective.

  • Development
  • Architecture and infrastructure
  • Identifying and solving edge cases
  • QA/Bug testing

2

Identify & prioritise
business targets

Once we’ve reached a consensus on what area to focus on. We define metrics for success. Are we looking to increase conversion, revenue, new sign ups, etc...

4

Iterative Rapid Prototyping

Once the goals and scope of the project are defined, we quickly create and test interactive prototypes - starting with wireframes and progressing to fully fleshed out visuals.

3

Kickoff Workshop

The goals are broadly defined, we then host a workshop session where we get into the weeds and iron out the details of what we need to design and build.

  • Discover & Discuss
  • Identify the problems to be solved
  • MVP Description
  • Integration requirements
  • Competitor analysis
  • Budget & Time Frames
  • Proposal
  • Lean product delivery schedule and budget estimation

1

Initial Meeting

We like to start a new relationship with an informal chat. We want to get to know your business and the challenges you face, as well as problems we can help solve.

2

Identify & prioritise
business targets

Once we’ve reached a consensus on what area to focus on. We define metrics for success. Are we looking to increase conversion, revenue, new sign ups, etc...

3

Kickoff Workshop

The goals are broadly defined, we then host a workshop session where we get into the weeds and iron out the details of what we need to design and build.

  • Discover & Discuss
  • Identify the problems to be solved
  • MVP Description
  • Integration requirements
  • Competitor analysis
  • Budget & Time Frames
  • Proposal
  • Lean product delivery schedule and budget estimation

4

Iterative Rapid Prototyping

Once the goals and scope of the project are defined, we quickly create and test interactive prototypes - starting with wireframes and progressing to fully fleshed out visuals.

5

Development & Testing

Once the design is signed off, we begin the developement process. We build the solution in a manner that makes operation,  updates and maintenance cost effective.

  • Development
  • Architecture and infrastructure
  • Identifying and solving edge cases
  • QA/Bug testing

6

Handover Workshop

We run workshops with customer management, development, and support teams to ensure a product scales well throughout the organisation.

Updates & Maintenance

Some apps require ongoing updates. As well as implementation of new features, Crystalnix can assist with ASO, behaviour analytics, user support and Native OS upgrades.

When it comes to Design and Software Engineering — we walk the walk

We invest in great people - our engineers have lead studies and published papers in the fields of advanced mathematics and computer science.

Work with us

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