Travel sites are specialized platforms for travel agencies, tour operators and info-portals devoted to travel and tourism. For travel agencies and tour operators, the main goal of making a site is sales. They may have a similar structure and content but a different design.
Who Is Involved In The Website Development?
To develop the best eCommerce solution we assemble a team of experts. This team consists of programmers, web-designer, tester and is lead by a Project Manager (PM). The PM is your personal manager who works only with you. He organizes each stage of the process and is responsible for communication with every employee involved. The Project Manager recruits as many specialists as needed to implement the requirements of the Technical Task (TT) within the time frame specified in the contract.
Programmers, experts in software development using one or several popular PHP-frameworks.
A Project Manager who works only with you, on one project
Designers with UX/UI experience, good taste, and understanding of current trends.
Manual QA Testing
Manual QA Testing Engineer simulates user behavior and conducts testing based on that behavioral patterns.
DevOps is an engineer managing the server part of the site (as well as server support). He oversees the code release from development to the distribution phase.
Creating a travel site is a labor-intensive process that involves a client, manager, designer, development team and tester.
Transparent UIWe use the best practices of UI / UX and make your product understandable to the user and eye catching
StabilityEven in conditions of gravity and high overload of servers, everything works like a charm
BuglessWe eliminate any bugs once and for all. Because no one likes them.
Full QA cycleTesting is the key to success, and we know this. None of our projects will be deployed without thorough testing.
EfficiencyWe realize all the tasks with scary precision and accurate time frames
One of a kind solutionWe don't apply any two solutions twice, because we always use a unique approach, and no one would like to see the same old solution.