Product Discovery Phase
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Discovery phase value
Place of Discovery in SDLC
Product discovery process
- Business environment exploration
- Market investigations and research
- A detailed plan for the Discovery implementation
- Business goals and needs analysis
- Technology landscape research
- Initial list of the architecture limiting factors
- Competitor Analysis
- Creation of mood board for future concept
- Enhancing discovery plan with UX activities
Why you need a discovery phase
Discovery phase includes
- Project Manager
- Solution Architect
- Business Analyst
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- Project kick-off. Holding a kick-off meeting to get acquainted with the team and learn more about each member’s role.
- Feature breakdown. Business Analysts hold meetings with you to discuss user needs and functional requirements.
- Rough estimation. Developers, designers, and QA engineers estimate the feature list for the required platforms. You get a rough estimation — minimum and maximum time needed to develop each feature.
- Team composition. The Sales Manager collects the development team — developers, designers, and QA engineers. The Solution Architect and Project Manager validates the team.
- Concept creation. Designers create two visual concepts of the product for you to choose from.
- Specification. Business Analyst writes a specification covering tech aspects and describing each feature in the form of user stories.
- Wireframes. Designers start creating wireframes — a layout of a user interface.
- Final review. Quality Assurance engineers check each user story and wireframe for logic mistakes and guideline violations.
- Detailed estimation. Our developers and designers estimate the final product development cost for each platform.
- Rough estimate
- Detailed estimate
- Activity diagram
- Flow chart