We have a super exceptional design and development team. A lot of negotiation goes on between these teams at the beginning of a project as the designers want the best looking website and the developers want the best functioning website - the result is that they both win and more importantly the customer really wins!Read more
Our hosting partner was carefully chosen. Object Source has used a few hosting vendors in the past, but none of them have provided the level of monitoring and reactionary support we need for our clients.Read more
Once your new website is live, this should really only be the beginning of it’s life. You need to be updating and adding features all the time in order to keep people coming back and know you are still very much operating. With this in mind, we have developed 4 levels of support contracts to suit various ongoing needs.Read more
Having worked with Magento and varying client requirements for post live developments, support and maintenance, we have come up with a range of agreements that suit most needs and budgets.Read more
With our highly experienced Drupal front and back-end developers, we are able to provide exceptionally good looking and functioning Drupal websites. Drupal holds no limits when it comes to being an open source CMS tool and neither do we.Read more
It is vital to the success of any project that everyone fully understands what needs to be delivered to ensure a highly successful outcome. During this phase we will run a workshop that will cover; website success criteria, design, user journey’s, your product portfolio, order management, order fulfillment and understand if there are any 3rd part integrations required.
objectsource uses an Agile development methodology. In short, this means we deliver your website in 1 or 2 weekly ‘Sprints’. Each sprint delivers completed areas of your website for you to review and feedback on. This way you get to see our progress throughout the project development cycle, you are not left wondering. You will be asked to plan your time to participate in each Sprint start briefing and each Sprint end testing/review.
A great looking website is one thing, but if it does not work then the customer will be put off and have a very negative view of your brand. Testing is undertaken throughout the delivery process to ensure that issues are discovered as early as possible and to negate having a protracted testing phase at the end of the project. You will also be invited to test at certain times throughout the project delivery.
Once you have given the go ahead to go live, we will run through a 35 point Go Live checklist, one that we have created over the years of delivering successful websites. This thorough process usually takes up to 1 day to successfully transition your site live.