A project success depends not only on the application of a methodology, best practice or process but more importantly on getting all the project elements to work homogeneously.

Our approach to project management combines the necessary human resources, know-how, processes and practices as well as cost and time control. Our typical project life-cycle includes the following phases:

1Establish Concept

We carefully gather and clarify your requirements to have a clear understanding of your needs. The requirements are then matched against objectives to reach a concise set of specifications. Utilizing a mixture of our expertise and a comprehensive research of market and technology trends we formulate a solid solution concept.

Fruitfulness here highly relies on staffing the project with the resources with the right set of skills and knowledge.

The output of this stage is a project plans, concise requirements specification and high level solution architecture.

We translate developed concept into a physical design through our multilayer design process incorporating visual design, information design and software design. These design layers are highly interlinked and correlated which is manifested in the selection of their underlying technologies.

The output of this stage is visual design mockups and models as well as a software design document.


We transform the visual and software designs into a functional product guided by the project specifications and designs. We connect the atheistic values, the technical aspects and usability considerations to form a coherent product. Regardless of the product nature, performance and compatibility are two factors we keep a close eye on to ensure end product success.

The outcome of this phase is a near real-life end-product that is only a single step away from launch.


We apply numerous testing and quality assurance techniques to ensure the project quality with respect to functionality, usability and performance. In order for the project to reach a maximum number of target audience we focus compatibility, accessibility and user experience.

The outcome of this phase is a final, functional, tested end-product ready to be launched.


We deploy the final end-product and make it ready to be used by its target audience. We provide the right tools and support to launch the project which can be documentation, training or technical support.

In some cases we help you monitor the project’s success with different tools and techniques to help you measure its return-on-investment. We also can help you assess and outline the project’s future phases of development to help the project reach its maximum potential.


Tittainment conforms to the application of internationally acknowledged methodologies, standards and best practices throughout the planning, design, coding, testing and maintenance phases in all the software and web projects; namely the Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) and Rational Unified Process (RUP) governed by the renowned IEEE standards.

Tittainment also employs the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Standards in developing and designing websites.