We devote in building concrete back end systems and make sure they are always fulfilling your needs.

Design Process

The design process we employ, first and foremost, begins with acquiring a thorough understanding of the following to be produced: your business objectives, user requirements & technical competencies

Interaction Design

Web UI specializes in interaction design, which, roughly speaking encompasses, three main phases: user research, conceptual design and requirements definition. The end result of this process is a well-documented design framework that can be used as a blueprint for building a software product.

User Research

Any and all user-centered design methodologies must begin by gaining an understanding of the various types of users and their goals in relation to the system. There are a number of techniques for reaching this understanding:1. Ethnographic research and contextual inquiry including field observations and interviews, 2. User workshops and brainstorming sessions, 3. User role and task modeling sessions

Conceptual Model

The user research activities outlined above provide the raw data that must be analyzed in the creation of two important sets of design artifacts: personas and scenarios.

Requirements Definition and Design Framework

Based on the user research and conceptual design phases, the requirements definition phase specifies exactly what is to be built, and how it should behave. The artifacts that result from this definition phase constitute a design framework, and include: 1. personas and scenarios, 2. wireframes, storyboards and behavioral specifications, 3. medium- and/or high-fidelity prototypes.


Web UI provides a variety of user experience-related services that seek to balance the often competing goals of business, technology and users. These services include:

Interaction Design: The design of a software system wherein the behavior of the system serves both business and user goals through technically feasible solutions.

User research, including contextual inquiry, ethnographic research, creation of personas and scenarios, and user role and task modeling.

Conceptual modeling, which involves understanding task contexts, task and process flow, and the mental models of users

Information architecture, based on a thorough understanding of business and user information and knowledge domains and how they intersect

Design documentation, including behavioral specifications, wireframes and task or process flowcharts

User interface design utilizes the work products of interaction design, conceptual modeling and information architecture to graphically render an intuitive and consistent set of screens, forms or pages.

Prototyping, often beginning with paper prototypes, moving to medium- and high-fidelity as needed, possibly culminating with electronic click-through prototypes

Usability testing, conducted iteratively during early design stages, focusing on both qualitative and quantitative results
Usability and accessibility evaluations of websites and applications.

Web Development

A systematic development process can follow a number of standard or company specific frameworks, methodologies, modeling tools and languages. As an industry practice, the software development life-cycle adheres to certain set standards which need to be followed by development team to stay on track with respect to timelines and quality control. Just like software, websites can also be developed using certain concrete methods that has provisions for customization to the existing software development process.

Let us analyze the steps involved in any website development:

1. Review, Assessment and Analysis:

2. Specification Building:

3. Design and development:

4. Content writing:

5. Coding:

6. Testing:

7. SEO and Social Media Optimization:

8. Maintenance and Updating:

Review, Assessment and Analysis:

The first step is understanding client requirement and the various dynamics around the clients existing systems, as the website or web application will eventually be integrated into this system. The analysis will then cover all the aspects of clients’ business and their needs especially on how the website is going to be merged with their existing system.

Specification Building:

Preliminary specifications are drawn up by covering up each and every element of the requirement. Larger projects will require further levels of consultation to assess additional business and technical requirements. After reviewing and approving the preliminary document, a written proposal is prepared, outlining the scope of the project including responsibilities, timelines and costs.

Design and development:

After the specification building, work on the website is commences after receipt of the signed proposal, a deposit, and any written content materials and graphics you wish to include. In this stage the layouts and navigation will be designed as a prototype.

Content writing:

This phase is necessary mainly for the web sites. There are professional content developers who can write industry specific and relevant content for the site.


Now, it’s the programmer’s turn to add his code without disturbing the design. Unlike traditional design, the developer must know the interface and the code should not disturb the look and feel of the site or application. This calls for the developer to understand the design and navigation of the site. If the site is dynamic then the code should utilize the template. The developer may need to interact with the designer, in order to understand the design.


Unlike software development, web based applications need intensive testing, as the applications will always function as a multi-user, multi-tier system with bandwidth limitations.

SEO and Social Media Optimization:

This phase is applicable only for web sites. Promotion needs preparation of meta tags, constant analysis and submitting the URL to the search engines and directories.

Maintenance and Updating:

Websites will need quite frequent updates to keep them fresh and relevant. In such a case, we need to do analysis again, and all the other life-cycle steps will be repeated. Bug fixes can be done during the time of maintenance.


Benchmarking is a continuous process we follow throughout the SEO work. This process guides us to identify, understand and recognize industry leaders, while helping us to adapt outstanding and ethnical practices to improve the website’s performance in major search engines. During this process, your website is closely monitored and analyzed by mainly focusing on your industry and target audience.

Competitors’ Analysis

Our SEO team finds out your competitors in search engines, and closely monitors and analyzes various steps and techniques that can improve our optimization process. This is a significant step, and helps us get a clear and concise picture about the optimization process that would exactly work for your business.

Website Study

Here, we analyze the website in detail and find out how closely it’s related to our previous analysis process. In this step, the website analysis/study involves each and every aspects of website such as the website structure, coding, HTML and other parameters. We may also suggest changes for search engines optimization process.

Identifying and Defining Keywords

Identifying and defining keywords is a vital step in the SEO process. We believe that an in-depth research into the accurate and ideal keyword or keyword phrases are an important step toward a successful SEO campaign. The SEO campaign will not yield results if it does not have the appropriate keywords. We select the most appropriate keyword(s)and phrases that match your products and services. An intense research on keyword(s)and phrases is conducted to identify the most appropriate keywords.

Selecting The Best Keywords

After the initial keyword analysis, we select the most appropriate keyword(s) for our clients’ needs. We make sure that the selected keyword(s) best describe your business products and services. Moreover, we also send the keyword(s) sheet to our clients for a final confirmation. Our selected keyword(s)are guaranteed to maximize your ROI.


Our SEO team follows a holistic SEO approach, focusing on the website performance in search engines to maximize the ROI (Return on Investment). Based on clients’ need, our team establishes a customized strategic plan and implements it.

SEO process includes Website Analysis and Evaluation, Extensive Keyword Research & Website Optimization

Website Analysis & Evaluation
  • Benchmarking
  • Competitors’ Analysis
  • Website Study
Extensive Keyword Research
  • Identifying and Defining Keywords
  • Selecting The Best Keywords
Website Analysis & Evaluation
  • On-Page Optimization
    • Meta Tags
    • HTML Code Refining & Checking
    • Content Analysis & Optimization
    • Image Optimization
    • Dynamic Page Optimization
    • URL Lookup
    • Working on Anchor Text
    • RSS Creation
    • Bookmarking Option for the site
    • Sitemap Creation
  • Off-Page Optimization
    • Search Engine Submission
    • One Time Paid Submission
    • Manual Submission
    • Working on Blog
    • Articles, PR etc. Submission
  • Monitoring & Maintenance
    • Fine Tune Website & Re-optimization
    • Google Sitemap Usage
    • Google Analytics Usage
  • Ranking Reports
    • Submission Reports
    • Ranking Report

Web Hosting

We gives you a vast array of tools to take your idea or business online today! From site building tools and templates, to our one-click application installer, everything you need to launch a website is literally at your fingertips.

We are offering One Year FREE Hosting to all startups, We know how Important your business is, thats why we are trying to help you with Free Hosting.

Our Shared Servers are Engineered to perform. Ideal for large businesses and high traffic websites, they are built for high intensity workloads and offer you control to the very last detail.

Email Servers provides an end to end solution for providing secure email and collaboration services. We’ve focused on bringing you a reliable and compatible solution that will complement your business. Improved Management Interface, Managed Platform, Improved WebMail, International Domain Name support, Improved Anti-Spam and more to add much requested features and increases stability and performance of the core product.

A shared dedicated server is the ideal solution for larger businesses and high-traffic websites. Dedicated servers allow for maximum customization, configuration, installation, and overall flexibility support.

Having a AMD dedicated server will provide your sites with a higher level of security, speed, and uptime. You will have the capability to go far beyond the resource limitations found in a shared hosting environment.

A Intel dedicated server is not just a server, it’s everything you need to maximize and optimize the hosting experience for yourself and your visitors or clients. All the necessary tools are included, from the hosting control panel down to the application installers and website building tools.

Android apps are written in the Java programming language. The Android SDK tools compile your code along with any data and resource files into an APK, an Android package, which is an archive file with an .apk suffix. One APK file contains all the contents of an Android app and is the file that Android-powered devices use to install the app.

Each Android app lives in its own security sandbox, protected by the following Android security features:

  • The Android operating system is a multi-user Linux system in which each app is a different user.
  • By default, the system assigns each app a unique Linux user ID (the ID is used only by the system and is unknown to the app). The system sets permissions for all the files in an app so that only the user ID assigned to that app can access them.
  • Each process has its own virtual machine (VM), so an app’s code runs in isolation from other apps.
  • By default, every app runs in its own Linux process. The Android system starts the process when any of the app’s components need to be executed, and then shuts down the process when it’s no longer needed or when the system must recover memory for other apps.

The Android system implements the principle of least privilege. That is, each app, by default, has access only to the components that it requires to do its work and no more. This creates a very secure environment in which an app cannot access parts of the system for which it is not given permission.

However, there are ways for an app to share data with other apps and for an app to access system services:

  • It’s possible to arrange for two apps to share the same Linux user ID, in which case they are able to access each other’s files. To conserve system resources, apps with the same user ID can also arrange to run in the same Linux process and share the same VM. The apps must also be signed with the same certificate.
  • An app can request permission to access device data such as the user’s contacts, SMS messages, the mountable storage (SD card), camera, and Bluetooth. The user has to explicitly grant these permissions. For more information, see Working with System Permissions.

The rest of this document introduces the following concepts:

  • The core framework components that define your app.
  • The manifest file in which you declare the components and the required device features for your app.
  • Resources that are separate from the app code and that allow your app to gracefully optimize its behavior for a variety of device configurations.

Android Development


We works towards understanding your requirements. Based on that, we proceed towards forming the goal of the entire app development process. Once we indicated your objectives and ideas pertaining to the app being developed, we define the functionalities that will require.


In the next stage, the wire-framing stage, our developers make a blue print of the structure of your app for your reference. It includes details of the platform, features, feasibility and specifications. This stage makes it easy for you to ensure that the Android app development process is in sync with your requirements.


Of the Android app development steps, this is the stage where our mobile interface design team works towards formally defining the application and rechecking, ensuring that all the bases are covered. The team considers all parameters necessary for developing the app successfully, such as functionality, design concepts, budget and timeline. You may also be provided with static mock ups of various screens of the app, which will provide you with a clear idea on how your app will look.


In the Android app development process, this step begins with the designing of UI (user interface), coding within a stipulated timeframe. If there is a server component involved, the service providers parallely engage necessary resources for improving the development efficiency. Several techniques are also deployed at the code level to usability and marketing for maintaining the quality, a critical factor. The prototypes of the app are regularly sent over to you for approval. Some of the other features that are taken care of in this Android app development process includes SQLite Database, navigation, list view, use of intents and passing of information between activities.


Our QA team performs regular checks on the application’s functionality by following testing processes throughout the Android app development process. The mobile testing procedure ensures that there are less chances of errors in the app being developed.

Market submission

The next in the Android app development process comes the submission of your app to the Android market. For the same, we can help you create a developer’s account, giving you full rights including pricing and account information which helps you manage the account. You can then proceed towards uploading your app onto the market, from where users are able to download it.


The Android app development process does not just end at submitting your app on the app market. We have an effective marketing strategy in place. We help you in this area, by promoting your app in social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc., blogs and social media tools.

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