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Software Design

Converting abstract concepts into requirements, prototypes, and design documents.


Software design is the process of developing high-level product ideas into a structured set of interrelated documents and artefacts. The software to be developed is carefully detailed, providing a blueprint for the upcoming project.


Statistically, a third of all software development projects fail due to poor requirements management and design. In half of all cases, the final cost is double the original estimate.

These problems are caused by a lack of attention to initial design and requirements management. That's why we consider this part of the work to be a must for any software development project.

Product Vision

Detailed product vision for stakeholders and project team members.

Risk Identification

Identifying risks early reduces potential costly issues and saves time and money.

Planning & Management

Breaking down work into requirements simplifies project and product management.

Resources & Budget

Estimating requirements during design allows accurate budget and resource calculations.


We handle requirements and design software according to IEEE standards using best practices. As a result of the design phase, you will get a set of related documents (artifacts) consisting of the following:

Business Requirements and Use Cases

High-level requirements, use cases, business rules and constraints. This is a suite of documents describing the software's high-level objectivs and how they will meet.

Based on the high-level requirements, the software requirements are further formed, which describe in detail the software functionality required to achieve them.

Software Requirements

Software requirements are critical in the development process. They describe in detail the expected functions and operations of the software.

Software Requirements in Requirements Management System screenshots
Data Model

The data model describes what data the software operates with. It includes description of entities, attributes and relationships between them.

Data Requirements in Requirements Management System screenshots
UI Prototypes

In contrast to requirements detailed in texts, tables, and schematics, prototypes offer a visual representation, effectively showcasing the product's functionality, user navigation paths, and usage scenarios.

UI Prototype examples
50-70+ screens
for typical project
Integration Requirements

Integration requirements define how the software will interact with other systems and components. They are especially important if the software receives data or sends data to external systems.


Software design is an iterative process that typically takes 4 to 8 weeks, and can take longer for complex projects. We provide milestones every two weeks, or more frequently if required, to ensure timely feedback.

Requirements Gathering
1-2 weeks
Initial Project Design
2 weeks
2-4 weeks
1 week

What's Next?

The results obtained during the design phase are the basis for further product development. You can continue to work on the development with us or your own in-house team.

Software Design
4–8 weeks
First Release
3–5 months
Maintenance & Development
2-4 weeks iterations

Design. Develop. Deliver.