Subcontract Web/Software Development

We've worked on countless subcontract website and software development projects over the years. Typically, this is for a design agency that doesn't have an in-house development team, and needs their design mockup turning into a functioning website or software system. However, we've also worked alongside in-house IT teams that need the specialist skills we possess.

Subcontract website / software development - how it works

Every situation is different, but generally speaking, the process is as follows:

...however, this is just a suggestion. We can work to your internal process if the above is not suitable. Please give us a call to discuss your requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

We've worked with many different types of customer on subcontract development work, including:

  • Design agencies that can design websites, but don't have the in-house skills to build them, or perhaps are looking for additional support during a busy period
  • Nationwide companies with an in-house IT team that need assistance developing in a technology they may not be familiar with
  • Companies wishing to have an independent third party review a proposal from another provider

However, if you don't fit into one of the above categories, we're sure we can still help.

We can work with most development technologies, but typically, we work with the following:

  • Drupal
  • Magento
  • Symfony framework
  • Zend Framework
  • PHP based systems
  • MySQL
  • HTML & CSS
  • JavaScript including jQuery
  • Linux

...however, we've also carried out development work in all sorts of languages and systems, so if yours isn't listed above, please contact us to discuss the project further.

Normally, we'd ask a designer to provide us with:

  • Mockups of each key section (as a PDF or JPGs)
  • Design resources to be used, including images, icons, fonts and a colour reference
  • Guidance as to how any animation or interaction should take place

We'd also ask that we have a named contact that we can run any questions past.

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