4. Continuous development
During the sprint, development and design are inseparable. We constantly communicate to discuss various design and development choices and to review designs. You can communicate directly with the designer and the developer via Basecamp. A project manager keeps an eye on things and the discussions are kept casual and informal.
During every sprint, we aim for a functional, tested intermediate product. You decide what has to be included in the intermediate product and we determine how much we can fit into the product. This means you are always in control, while the most essential stuff gets taken care of first.
Adjustments and feedback
After the sprint, we deliver the intermediate product. You can immediately experience your product and show it to future users. This is made possible by using test versions for apps and a so-called staging environment for web systems.
At the start of a new sprint, we will have a meeting to discuss our progress and, if necessary, adjust the specifications for the next intermediate product.