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i.e., preliminary wireframes done by you to explain desired functionality.
i.e., interaction designs done by a professional.
i.e., wireframes and visual designs done by professional for most of the main flows.
i.e., style guide, assets, etc.
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I have a complete product I'd like to build on another platform, e.g., web application to iOS application.
I have an existing product I'd like to build upon or change, e.g., I'd like to build the next version of my application.
I don't have any existing technology. I'm looking for a partner to build everything.
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Priorities are speed and getting a working product into customer's hands. Functionality over pizazz and purpose over polish. Small projects include light analytics, little-to-no branding and lightweight design.
Priorities here tend to be more polish and tightening up of UX/UI as well as some basic admin controls and analytics. Medium projects have a bit more polish and pizazz, and little-to-no branding.
Large projects tend to be more technically complex and require a lot of finesse. Oftentimes they also need different roles and third party integrations.
Priorities are technical complexity and polish. These types of projects require a lot of heavy lifting and administration as well as serious analytics.
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I want the lowest cost.
I have a list of features I want and I don't know how much I'm willing to compromise or remove from that list.
I have a fixed deadline that I have to hit.
I want to conduct frequent code reviews, I want the design to be pixel perfect etc.
I want to be guided by your advice. My thoughts on features are not "must-haves".