Taken directly from the requirements specification, the design represents the deliverable application, and is crucial to the construction stage of development.
The architecture of a system describes the structure or structures of the system, which comprise software components, the externally visible properties of those components, and the relationships between them. We favour splitting functionality into discrete areas or tiers (such as the interface, business logic, and data storage), creating so called n-tier systems. This type of architecture facilitates encapsulation and reuse of business logic which aids construction and future change.
Graphical user interface
Often the most important part of any software application, the GUI (Graphical User Interface) is the communication point between the system and the user. We have a long history of designing simple intuitive interfaces that make using software applications a pleasurable experience.
Taken directly from the requirements specification, our designs incorporate the latest OOD (Object Oriented Design) techniques and methodologies to model real world situations and business requirements.
We design our relational databases to ensure data integrity, thus guaranteeing no loss or duplication of data. Our systems are designed with security in mind, ensuring only secure access to your sensitive information.