Scope of work (sow)


Idea analysis, requirement gathering and planning

We worked with many startups and evaluated hundreds of ideas. Our analyst works closely with you to understand your business processes. We analyze gathered data, judge an idea against pre-defined criteria that we formed over these years.

At the final stages, we prepare a vision of the solution and specification, so you and the programmers understand how the solution will run. Documentation is an integral part of software engineering. Types of documentation include:

UX Strategy

Once the idea is validated, we start work on your product's visual aspect based on the info we've got on the first stage. We thoroughly study every user case to design how this software will look and how it will function. We create a wireframe to demonstrate what UI elements will exist on the screen, how they will be arranged, and visualize the navigation path.

On the next step, we put the design on the wireframe to show aesthetics. Finally, we make a full-fledged prototype to test with users and get valuable feedback before committing ideas to code.

Project Management & Development

Once Product specifications and designs are ready, we can kick off with product development. Our Project managers work closely with engineers to complete a project within the established goals on time, budget, and scope.

Coding undergoes seven phases: analyzing, designing, coding, code review, debugging and testing, implementing, and maintaining application software. Progress tracked in the task tracker, bug tracker, and the project wiki.

Product Growth

Outsource your marketing to our experts. Our marketing managers contributed to the online success of hundreds of brands: large and small. We offer full service marketing solutuions from marketing strategies, branding to advertising.

We leverage online marketing tactics such as social media marketing, search marketing, app marketing, push, and email marketing.

Hire Binerals’s designers who are ready to share their creativity for the benefit of your product

Increase software development speed


Increase CTR and CR by implementing unique designs

Reduce the chances of building duplicate or unnecessary content


A solid Design strategy ensures that the business vision, user needs, and technical capabilities are aligned.

  1. Design requirements

  2. Wireframe

    User navigation, interface arrangement 100% product structure defined

  3. Design

    Wireframe visualization 100% product look defined

  4. Prototype

    UI / UX prototyping, live feedback 100% problem areas defined

  5. Design Kit

    Branding and identity 100% UI library defined

What you get


The skeletal framework of a site or app used to:
  • visualize user navigation
  • demonstrate what interface elements will exist
  • and how they will be arranged.


Static, aesthetical, visual representations of the Wireframe. This is how your project will look like for the end-user.


Prototypes are generally used to:
  • validate requirements
  • provide specifications for a real, working system
  • evaluate design
  • enhance precision by system analysts and users.

Design Kit

Design kit is a library of UI elements - a collection of graphic files and resources to underpin your site or app’s layout.
UI kits typically include the user interface components that convey meaning and provide the functionality to users – think buttons, widgets, checkboxes, progress bars, and navigation buttons.