Here at Orases, we think of software design as a way to visually conceptualize the requirements of software in order to create and implement a solution to satisfy those requirements. We improve our clients efficiencies and remove software limitations by creating unique and user-friendly software designs.
The Orases Software Design Process
Through our software design process, our team is able to translate the client's needs and requirements of software into programmable design language.
During the interface design phase, we focus our attention on how the software will interact with it's users, devices and any third-party systems. This is where specific actions or events are described and how the software will respond to those actions and events are identified.
The architectural design phase is closely tied to the interface design phase, however in this phase, the entire structure of the software is decided upon. Within the architectural design process, the responsibilities, relationships, properties and interactions between major software components are established.
Last but not least, the detailed design phase specifies all of the internal elements of the software's major components, properties and relationships. This phase also includes how the software's structuring of data and algorithms.
Software Design Case StudyMLB Pitch Hit & Run
The MLB Pitch Hit & Run's previous software make it difficult for users to navigate and sign up for their event. The software also made it hard to keep track of participants and organize event information.
Orases was able to design and develop fully-responsive software which made it easy for users to search for local competitions, create profiles and register for events. The new software design also made it easy for admins to access information and manage the PHR program.View Software Design Case Study