Discovery is a starting point of your hi-end digital product that leverages a successful market reception by its users.

An agile approach to product development welcomes frequent changes, but it is often possible only thanks to a good foundation, which is a well-thought-out product and process discovery. From our experience, discovery is an essential phase of every successful project than can reduce development costs and mitigate the risk of building something your audience does not need. We usually kick off digital projects for our clients with a discovery workshop where we use a variety of workshop techniques. Whether it is design thinking, product vision, or user story mapping, you can expect to be guided by our software development team from the beginning to an end. 

At SYZYGY, we do not match clients, projects, and products to our process. Instead, we pick up the elements to create a dedicated process that best suits the clients’ needs. In this way, we can maximize the chance of success of every project. It is possible thanks to our original, interdisciplinary collection of techniques and tools with which we build the final process. We call it Development Toolbox.

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"We make an effort to understand in detail clients' product business ideas and the needs of their users. Even when you approach us with already prepared comprehensive documentation, it often turns out it is based on many assumptions. Sometimes one step back is two steps forward."

Workshops

Most popular element of discovery. Workshops are focused on gathering information and defining project priorities. Various techniques are used in the process (Design Sprints, Design Thinking etc.).

In-depth interview

A qualitative research technique that involves conducting intensive interviews to explore participant sentiments, attitudes, and beliefs about your software solution.

Stakeholders interview

Part of the information gathering for the project. These interviews with core team members and other stakeholders can
inform the project plan and schedule, the kick-off meeting and the risk workshop.

Research

Research concentrates usually on application interface in terms of its functionality, design, transparency and intuitiveness, as well as the graphic design.

Data and Business Analysis

Data analysis helps in understanding your users but also in product optimization or finding answers to your business questions.

Backlog

Single point of truth and ordered list of functional requirements that needs to be done to build a product.

Wireframing

The moment in the project when the lo-fi concept is changed into high-level mock-ups.

Functional Documentation

A complete document describing how the product works in the context of its user-related elements.

What do you get?

  • Product Vision Board and System Story
  • Development plan and estimates 
  • The high-level information architecture of your software
  • Clear Product Roadmap 
  • Recommendations for further product development  
  • Product technology stack

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