The great thing about a good idea is that it can be rough around the edges. In fact, it’s probably best if it is, because what comes after ideation? Architecture. Planning. Designing the manifestation of the idea itself by considering the entire structure—by taking the correct measurements to ensure the product is unique and expertly laid out.
A new project requires a definitive approach and individualized plan. The LiteKey team designs a strategy that best fits the needs of the client, and the industry. Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither was Google. Before we start hammering the nails and cranking out code, we think through the project. We identify flaws, and potential setbacks. Each LiteKey developer contributes something specific and unique to the team so that we can see 360 degrees around each project. So that we can identify what the product is, why it should exist, how it’s going to work, and how we can make it the most desirable app in the queue.