Being a user-centered digital design agency, we value product’s core users. Based on our past experience we have based our development methodology on proven process called user-centered design. We do not make forceful products rather we try to optimize the product around how users use the product, what they will use it for, and under what conditions they will use it.

We have developed our own process based on proven web development processes. While working we spent time in brainstorming rather than continuous work as we all know that “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” We take frequent breaks then we go back to work with fresh mind on fresh ideas. As it is said well initiation is half done, we believe more in discussion and preparation until we get the complete vision of the task we are doing. When the product owner and our team come in the same understanding we start to dive in the technical aspect of the work. Since our process is based on proven process called user-centered design approach, we are focused on gaining a deep understanding of the end-users of the product we are developing.

There are many variations of the UCD process. It can be incorporated into waterfall, agile, and other approaches. Depending on individual needs, the user-centered design process is composed of several methods and tasks. What you are developing, your requirements, team, timeline, and the environment in which you are developing will all help determine the tasks you perform and the order in which you perform them. In our context, we are incorporating UCD with agile process which is iterative using short sprints or iterations to complete task. User-centered design (UCD) with agile is an iterative design process in which designers focus on the users and their needs in each phase of the design process. UCD calls for involving users throughout the design process via a variety of research and design techniques so as to create highly usable and accessible products for them. User-centered design demands that designers employ a mixture of investigative (e.g., surveys and interviews) and generative (e.g., brainstorming) methods and tools to develop an understanding of user needs.

Iterative Steps

  1. Discuss
  2. Ideate
  3. Prototype
  4. Validate
  5. Iterate


This discussion phase ensures all business and user requirements are taken into consideration before we move into next step.



By this phase the team members know their role and purpose and start to brainstorm to deliver the best outcome.



With test data we develop complete functional application so that you can fully test and evaluate the demo product.



Quality control is so important in every field, where an end-user product is created. That is why we at webaryal focus on the quality of software we build for our customers.



Our whole process is iterative based on the agile development concept and user-centered approach as it fill the missing gaps in understanding and add constructive solution to develop full featured application.