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Web application development
Enabling visual communication that increases Māori achievement
The Pātaka internal digital asset management platform helps staff improve outcomes for Māori by quickly finding the right visual resources for their communication and engagement work. Our Agile approach ensured phase one was a success and phase two finished ahead of schedule.
Making use of our Agile development expertise, we minimise risk and maximise the impact you have for New Zealand and New Zealanders.
We start by running co-design discovery workshops with your key stakeholders. These workshops ensure everyone is clear on the:
Clear progress and quick results
Working together in short iterations, we then develop working solutions for your highest priority features. These you check, so you can feed what you learn into the next iteration.
As a result, your progress, costs, timeframes and risks are transparent at every stage.
Security, privacy and accessibility assurance
This transparency lets you take a risk-based approach to security, privacy and accessibility. Our extensive public sector experience gives us the expertise to consistently meet the government Web Accessibility and Usability Standards, and security and privacy requirements.
Stakeholder engagement is baked into our development process, giving you simple and effective ways to get input and support from those with an influence on or interest in your project.
Co-design builds buy-in
The stakeholder engagement starts with our co-design discovery workshops. Practical, collaborative and interactive, these align your stakeholders behind an inspiring vision of the outcomes you’ll deliver and the path to get there.
User-centred development builds satisfaction
Iterative delivery of working software means you — and your key stakeholders and user groups — can regularly review and test your work in progress.
As a result, you constantly get feedback on how well you’re meeting user needs and organisational outcomes. You also build engagement by empowering stakeholders, crucial for effective change management.
Too many projects are locked into a plan, meaning new priorities bring new costs and delays. We cut the cost of change by only building what is a priority today, not what might be needed tomorrow.
Respond to changes in your operating environment
Your operating environment changes constantly as your project progresses. New risks and opportunities arise. Organisational and ministerial priorities change. Responding to these changes is key to meeting expectations.
Respond to evolving project insights
As well as responding to what you learn about user needs, working iteratively also means you can respond to new solution options. You’re free to adopt new approaches revealed by the work so far, and new technologies released since your project started.