Software Product

From concept to complete product

Custom Software Development

Create product users will love with our value-based product design process

From Day 1, we prioritize delivering value, not just features. Our Product and Engineering Leaders will help you plan, design and build great product. Faster, cheaper, better.

Our Software Product Development Process


Saves You Time and Money

Design cost-effective software solutions with our Engineering Managers who understand software product development life-cycle and your need for bottom-line results from technology initiatives - from product design to development.

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Allows Precise Project Planning

Developing a new product is a delicate process, and the best way for management is to ensure that everything will run smoothly and within the schedule. Project management is one of the main functions of software product development.

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Ensure Adaptability and Flexibility

Every business has specific business processes and data management software. Our software product development company allow you to better adapt to business need changes as you get customer feedback, or your processes and technologies evolve.


Ensure Product Quality

Bringing new products into the market goes through a long and complex process, often with new features added on the way, making QA hard without key documents. Ensure system testing goes smoothly with the software product development process.

From concept to complete product,
let us help you plan, design and build great product. Faster, cheaper, better.

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Rafał KorzeńSenior UX / UI Designer

Why Choose Our Software Product Development Services?

Tight-knit Product Development Team

Our key competitive edge is dedicated application development team obsessed with design and technology.

Reduced Development Costs and Time

Bring product idea to live faster with modern technologies and high-performing software engineers.

Results-driven Design Thinking

Workshops will clarify your product idea, ensure market success, and allow building a better product faster.

Business-minded Engineering

Work with talented developers who understand the need for bottom-line results from tech initiatives.

Commitment to Results

We take project ownership and responsibility for decisions that were taken during the development.

Clear Communication and Reporting

Lean and agile approach combined with management expertise makes it simple for you to track progress.

Client Value & Trust

We partner with entrepreneurs, business and technology leaders to bring their innovative software-driven products, processes, and business ventures to life.

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What Our Clients Say

What happens
after contacting us?

Team Meeting

Initial Discovery,
Research & Estimation

We listen to understand what you want to build, what features your product should have, and what bottom-line results you want.

Requirements Gathering

A dedicated Engineering Manager will review your business requirements and work with you through the software product development process.

Tech Solutions Research

We look into your business idea to identify most suitable tech solutions to implement product features and give you a competitive edge.

Rough project estimate

Get an idea of the product roadmap and potential expenditure involved with software product development, and project deliverables.

Partnership Agreement

Partnership agreement clarifies confidentiality, IP transfer, payment terms, and establishes a framework for services to be provided.


Workshops & Planning

The results-driven design thinking approach we use at SoftKraft is a catalyst for the iterative software product development process. It combines the best software product development methodologies. Get ready for an intense design workshop that will clarify your business idea and help us build a much better product.

Shared understanding of project business objectives and customer expectations is essential for successful software products.

The Product, Design, and Engineering Workshop allow us to come up with the detailed software requirements specification, wireframes, and mockups of your project.

Following agile development methodologies, we agree on the initial product backlog, technology stack, build a software development team, and set the date for the Project Kickoff meeting.

Here is an outline of workshops
that we usually run during
Discovery Stage



Topics covered

Business Vision & Goals, Opportunities & Risks, General Idea & Main Features, Targeted User Base, Product Scope Boundaries, Decision makers & Stakeholders, Competitors & Market, Budget & Roadmap


Brief that lets us define the project size, scope and timeline



Topics covered

Main User Journey, Main Use Cases & User Stories, User Personas, Types, Roles, Information Architecture, Interface Design Benchmarking, Main Devices & Displays, Brand Guidelines, Lo-fi Wireframes


UX documentation that will let us to design a prototype and estimate UI work



Topics covered

Event storming, System Architecture, Functionalities, Technology Stack, Development Timeline, Testing & Stabilisation Plan, Deployment & Support Plan, Documentation


Engineering documentation that along with the prototype will let us plan sprints for software developers


Development Sprints

Software development life-cycle is a structured and repetitive process that is divided into smaller parts - sprints. Each iteration covers a part of the project scope that is deliverable in a short and controllable period of time. Following agile methodology best practices, each sprint ends with a demo of a working part of the product, which opens user acceptance testing.

The implementation
process includes

User Story Tasks with a clear Definition of Done
Live Design Sessions with the Decision-makers
Staying updated by Running Daily Standups
Voting Story Points & Giving Task Responsibility
Code & QA Peer Review included in the Process
Running Live Updated Documentation
Management Tools for Tracking the Progress
Tracking the Story Burndown Chart
Presentation of the Delivery at Every Demo
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Stabilisation & Release Process

Software development is a complex process that needs a stabilization phrase. During this stage, we focus on perfecting every area that makes the final product meet the business agility goals. When the stabilization stage is over and we have positive user feedback from the first users we can deploy the first version into the production environment

Change Requests

We add last touches & implement small things that can have a big impact on how the user interacts with the product.

User Tests

We run a user experience audit and usability interviews with the first users. We analyze their behavior using tools like GA or Hotjar.

Performance Tests

After functionality testing, we test the efficiency of the implemented functionality and go through the system load testing checklist.

Staff Training

After the software development phases are complete, our team will instruct your team members on how to administer and use the product.

Documentation Hand-off

We give you all the know-how and the documentation for your product.

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Support & Aftercare

After successful product development we can continue to provide support. We can monitor the performance and we are ready to fix all the issues based on the SLA or a different arrangement.

Depending on the client and project needs, we set the rules for support and technical improvements. We set the error handling rules, issues priorities, time of our reaction, and the amount of time of our developers that we should book monthly without sacrificing product quality.

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Rafał Korzeń

Rafał Korzeń

Senior UX / UI Designer
Marek Petrykowski

Marek Petrykowski

  • Benefit from our expertise and planning
  • Hire developers at competitive rates
  • Leverage our business-centric approach


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is your UX design process?

UI/UX design is a critical part of any front-end development or software development project. Without a great design you risk building something that users simply do not find appealing or usable. In fact, 25% of project failures are attributed to UX design issues!

At SoftKraft we use a standard UI/UX design process to ensure our clients have a well-designed, customer-centric product:

  • Workshops
  • Business requirements
  • Customer journey maps
  • Personas
  • Card sorting
  • Focus groups
  • Information Architecture
  • Wireframes
  • Prototypes
  • Visual design
  • Data visualization
  • Usability testing
  • Emotional response testing
  • Focus groups
  • Accessibility evaluation
  • Design quality control
  • Iterations

How quickly can you complete my UX design project?

We understand that speed is a key factor in the UX design process. The timeline for a typical UX design project for a web application can vary greatly depending on the size and complexity of the project. Generally speaking, you can expect the following delivery time ranges:

  • Medium-sized UI/UX design project: 4-8 weeks
  • Large-scale UI/UX design project: 8-16+ weeks

With our proven design processes and experienced team, we can deliver finished designs faster than most teams in the industry. Additionally, our designers work closely with our in-house software developers, helping you to reduce time that would typically be spent onboarding a separate development team, handing off designs, and more. We’re committed to helping deliver maximum business value in the shortest time possible.

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What tools do you use for UI/UX design?

Our user interface design team utilizes tools such as Figma, Sketch, Axure, and Balsamiq to create wireframes, UI/UX designs, mockups, and to provide other UI design services.

How do you ensure that designs meet the user’s needs and expectations?

User needs and expectations always come first. Our UI designers make decisions with the user in mind and not just what looks good or is easy to implement from a technical standpoint.

Our team implores a variety of practices that help ensure that the user interface designs we create meet user needs and expectations including:

  • Building and using user personas, user flows, user stories, and user journey maps to better understand user needs and expectations
  • Gathering quantitative data from users: click tracking heatmaps, time-on-task, task success rate, and more to understand real usage patterns and opportunities to improve the user interface
  • A/B testing designs and prototypes with the target audience to understand specific user preferences

Additionally, our UX design services emphasize an iterative model. As we learn more, we adjust the designs until our customers are happy. From there we utilize usability testing and user testing to ensure real users have their specific needs met.

What research methods do you use to gain insights about users and their needs?

Our UX design services team utilizes a number of methods during the Discovery phase to gain insights about users and their needs including:

  • Surveys: Surveys are a great way to get direct feedback from users and understand their needs. We can survey existing users or people within your target audience to ensure we have input directly from the people who will be using the product.
  • Interviews: Interviews are an excellent way to gain deeper insights into user needs. Structured interviews can help uncover user needs, preferences, and opinions. We can use interviews as a more in-depth extension of surveys.
  • User testing: User testing is an effective way to observe users interacting with a product and understand how they interact with it. This can help identify usability issues with an existing product as well as help us fine tune an early prototype of a new product.
  • Analytics: Analyzing user behavior data can provide valuable insights into user needs. This includes understanding where users are spending time on a site, what content they are engaging with, and what features they are using.
  • A/B Testing: A/B testing is a great way to test different versions of a product or feature to see which version is more successful. This can help identify the preferences of users and what features they find most useful.

Read More: UI Design Process - 7 Easy Steps to Make Great UIs Faster