DigitSign is a digital agency in York with over 16 years’ experience in crafting creative ideas into results and digital solutions.
 

How We Work

Having an idea is just the beginning of every project. In order to demonstrate its feasibility and practical potential, you’ll need a Proof of Concept. A Proof of Concept (POC) can either be a Prototype without code, or an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) with a minimal featureset.

Workflow process.

DigitSign was created by entrepreneurs who understand the needs of startups, who have faced similar challenges, and who have significant knowledge and experience in how to address technology needs of new data driven business.

Brainstorming

Discover what's possible

We organise a meeting (1½ hours) and together we discover the possibilities. We help you to form a vision mostly through disruptive thinking and cutting-edge technology.

Creating a Vision

Create a product vision

Who is your customer? What do customers want? What is the market offering now? What is wrong with existing offers? How will your product fix this?

Proof of concept (POC)

Hardware and Software Development

In order to demonstrate your new idea and product feasibility and practical potential, you’ll need a Proof of Concept (POC) -either be a Prototype without code, or an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) with a minimal featureset.

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Final product

funding and full development

We help you present a potential solution/idea to the decision makers and VCs to secure further resources for the full development of the product.

Let's talk !

We provide C-level technology strategy and consulting services in three different areas: Forming Concept, Building Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and Scaling. We have experience and we’re fast. We work WITH YOU as much as we work for you. We strive to understand what you want to achieve and help you achieve it. That is why we put significant emphasis on team communication, awareness, and business sense in every idea we work on. This allows us to figure out what your needs are, what the potential-user needs are, and we use that information in developing a Proof-of-Concept.

Let's talk!