How we (typically) work
CodeTeam work as a coding partner, imagine us as a freelance web developer, so our process is simple and efficient to ensure you get the best possible service at the most cost-effective price.
You sends us the final assets which includes the design (AI, PSD, XD, Sketch or Figma) and may also include (but doesn’t need to): mobile and tablet designs, a brief and a technical spec. We can also sign any NDA’s etc.
We review and provide you with a fixed cost and deadline. We put everything into a proposal so you can see exactly what you will receive.
The job is assigned to a Codeteam developer and the progress of the job is communicated by our Project Manager. Sometimes agencies like to speak to the developer before project-commencement to talk through the designs etc, this is fine, just let us know and we can arrange.
Once the developer completes the project, we pass it to our QA team who then check the website against the Codeteam spec, the designs and anything else supplied (i.e. your technical spec or brief etc) to ensure the developer has followed correctly. The QA team use BugHerd to log any issues and the developer will then fix and reply to the issues.
Once the Codeteam QA team is happy with all of our internal amends, the project is handed over to the agency on a password protected white-label domain (i.e. your-project.in-beta.co.uk) where you can review and also log any amends you would like actioning via BugHerd.
We give two full rounds of amends, that’s one for the agency, and one for the agency’s client – once done and you are happy, we sign of the project and then either launch the site onto a dev or live environment of your choice (we just need the logins), or we can send the files and DB over.