What was the scope of their involvement?
CyberCraft engaged with me on this project. I gave them requirements for a software development team and they found developers in their local area in a fairly short amount of time. That team then used my sketches and requirements for the app development. It is a cross-platform mobile app that runs on both Android and iOS devices, so they used React Native and associated platforms, like Xcode and Android development kits.
They presented their work proposal to me, I signed off, and they began working on software development iterations in one or two-week sprint cycles. After each iteration, we would coordinate with the client to get feedback and reviews, which we would take and implement, repeating the cycle until we had a product that everyone was satisfied with. The project ended with successful beta testing and producing a usable mobile app.
Within this process, the team also ran a design sprint exercise where they brainstormed different UI options, produced artifacts, and had those reviewed by the client.
What is the team composition?
There was a team lead on their side that filled both project management and technical architecture roles. The team ranged in size but typically stayed around three people.
How did you come to work with CyberCraft?
I’ve worked with CyberCraft in the past—across multiple projects with different clients—and have always had a positive experience with them. I continue to work with them because they build productive teams that deliver positive results.
How much have you invested with them?
The project cost was $80,000–$100,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
The project started in February 2017 and ended in October 2017.