Dream Worth's mission is to foster a dynamics of digital innovation
that balances economic performance and human development.
Working at the crossroads between technology, business, the arts
and social change, Dreamworth is a network, an idea accelerator, a
think tank and a resource for innovators.
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Website development
a) Static Website
b) Dynamic Website
c) Ecommerce Website
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Online Marketing
a) Google Adwords
b) Google SEO
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Social Media Marketing
a) Facebook, Twitter, Linked in, Google Plus, YouTube etc.
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App Development
a) IOS app
b) Android app
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Software Development
A small glance at the some of the members of the team :
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Software Developers –
1. Senior Developer (Team Leader) – 6+ years experience in software development ( Core Php ).
2. Developers – 5 years experience in software development.
3. Tester – 1 year experience in software testing.
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Website Developers –
1. Senior Developer (Team Leader) – 6+ years experience in Website development ( Html,Php ).
2. Junior Developers – 3 years experience in Website development.
3. Tester – 6 months experience in website bug testing.
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Application Developers (Ios & Android )–
1. Senior Developer – 1 year of experience in application development.
For Website Development –
1) Php
2) Html
3) Mysql – Database
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For Ecommerce Website Development –
1) Word press
2) Joomla
3) O kart
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5 Major Steps
The planning stage is arguably the most important, because what’s
decided and mapped here sets the stage for the entire project. This
is also the stage that requires client interaction and the accompanying
attention to detail
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Requirements analysis
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Project charter ( Documentation )
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Site map
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Contracts that define roles, copyright and financial points
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Access to servers and building folder structure
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1.1 - Requirements analysis - This includes client goals, target audience, detailed features or
requests and relevant details of a client.
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1.2 - Project charter - The information that has been gathered and agreed upon previously these
documents are typically concise and not overly technical, and they serve as a reference throughout
the project.
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1.3 - Site map - A site map guides end users who are lost in the structure or need to find a piece of
information quickly.
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1.4 - Contracts that define roles, copyright and financial points - This is a crucial element of the
documentation and should include payment terms, project closure clauses, termination clauses,
copyright ownership and timelines.
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1.5 - Gain access to servers and build folder structure - Typical information to obtain and
validate includes FTP host, username and password; control panel log-in information; database
configuration
The design stage typically involves moving the information outlined in the
planning stage further into reality. The main deliverables is a visual
representation. Upon completion of the design phase, the website have taken
shape, but for the absence of the content and special features.
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Wireframe and design elements planning
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Mock-ups based on requirements analysis
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Review and approval cycle
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Slice and code valid XHTML/CSS
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2.1 - Wireframe and design elements planning - This is where the visual layout of
the website begins to take shape. Using information gathered from the client in the
planning phase.
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2.2 - Mock-ups based on requirements analysis - Designing mock-ups in
Photoshop allows for relatively easy modification, it keeps the design elements
organized in layers, and it primes you for slicing and coding when the time later on.
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2.3 - Review and approval cycle - A cycle of reviewing, tweaking and approving the
mock-ups often takes place until client is satisfied with the design. This is the easiest
time to make changes.
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2.4 - Slice and code valid XHTML/CSS - It’s coding time. Slicing the final Photoshop
mock-up, and writing the HTML and CSS code for the basic design. Getting the
visuals together on screen, and validating all of the code before moving on.
Development involves the bulk of the programming work, as well as loading
content. Keep code organized and commented, and referring constantly to the
planning details as the full website takes shape. A strategic approach, through
constant testing of website as we proceed.
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Building development framework.
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Developing and testing special features and interactivity.
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Filling content.
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Testing and verifying links and functionality.
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3.1- Building development framework - This is when unique requirements like an
ASP/PHP framework or a content management system, is implemented.
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3.2 - Developing and testing special features and interactivity - Adding the static
content because the website now provides a relatively clean and uncluttered
workspace getting forms and validation up and running at this stage as well.
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3.3 - Filling content - Loading all of the content provided by the client or writer.
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3.4 -Testing and verifying links and functionality - Full website review and
everything from the home page to the contact us form or submission confirmation
page, everything should be working.
The purpose of the launch phase is to prepare the website for public viewing. This
requires final polishing of design elements, deep testing of interactivity and features and,
most of all, a consideration of the user experience. An important early step in this phase
is to move the website, if need be, to its permanent Web server. Testing in the production
environment is important because different servers can have different features and
unexpected behavior (e.g. different database host addresses).
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Polishing
Transfer to live server
Testing
Final cross-browser check ( IE, Firefox, Chrome etc )
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4.1 – Polishing - polishing a basically completed design can make a big difference.
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4.2 - Transfer to live server - This could mean transferring to a live Web server,
“unhiding” the website or removing the “Under construction” page.
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4.3 – Testing - Run the website through the final diagnostics using the available
tools: code validators, broken-link checkers, website health checks, spell-checker
and the like.
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4.4 - Final cross-browser check (IE, Firefox, Chrome etc ) - Checking the website
in multiple browsers one last time.
Packaging source files, providing instructions for use and any required training occurs at
this time and communicate that you’re available for future maintenance and are committed
to ongoing support.
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Hand off to client
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Provide documentation and source files ( Optional )
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Project close, final documentation
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5.1 - Hand off to client - Being sure the client is satisfied with the product and that
all contractual obligations have been met (i.e. to the project charter).
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5.2 - Provide documentation and source files ( Optional ) - Providing
documentation for the website, such as a soft-copy site map and details on the
framework and languages used.
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5.3 - Project close, final documentation - The client will sign off on the last check
lists and contact information for support will also be provided, and officially close the
project.
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We have done a lot many websites in past years, presenting a few of them..
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Category’s –
i.
Real estate
ii.
Education
iii.
Portal
iv.
Manufacturing
v.
Interior designers
vi.
Others
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Client Requirements –
I.
Latest Technology
II.
Google Friendly ( SEO Optimized )
III.
New letter ( Mailer ) and sms integration
IV.
Popup at home screen
V.
Auto responsive
VI.
Mobile compatible
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We Delivered –
All the functionalities that client demanded are integrated in the website, and the client is
presented with a fully responsive and mobile compatible website that is not only pleasing
to eyes, but also fast and great to browse. The website is using up to date technology.
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Client Requirements –
i.
Latest Technology
ii.
News channel ( latest ) news integration
iii.
Sign in / Sign up features for users
iv.
Live Debate Functionality
v.
Battle ground – ( Minister can be searched from all the states and constituency in India )
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We Delivered –
I.
All the functionalities that the client asked us, was delivered.
II.
The main part of the website Battle ground do came up with lots of challenges as it was a task to find out all
the ministers that were standing in the loksabha election 2014 from not only states but also from its main
constituencies.
III.
The battle ground also features Ministers personal information ( i.e. Educational detail , assets, crime detail
etc… )
IV.
This portal also offer online debate for users, users can sign in with there account and can submit there views
on the (topic of the day) .
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