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Hiring a Mobile App Development Team With Daxx
First, we hire a Lead Manager and set up their communication with the client to make sure the Lead catches on all necessary information about the project: its size, business goals, budget, timeframes, etc. This way Lead Manager will be able to take part in the interviews and instruct future team members. Next goes the recruitment of the rest of the team. We screen candidates accurately to choose professionals whose technical knowledge and personal skills will fit your business objectives and team culture.
Daxx recruits candidates exclusively for you: yes, we can hire 1 person as well as create a team of 5, and no, we don’t have software engineers sitting on a bench — all of the candidates are thoroughly selected according to your requirements.
We can either hire a team of iOS developers only or add iOS developers to your cross-functional team, — it’s completely up to you and your business needs. We hire iOS developers who not only have experience with Apple Guidelines but also know what are the requirements to Apple Market applications. So if you come to us with a ready-to-go design — our iOS app developers will be able to assess it from the prospect of Apple Market requirements and tell you whether something needs to be corrected or upgraded.
Scrum Mobile App Development Team Roles
To build an iOS application, you’ll need: UI/UX designer, QA engineer, Product Owner, Mobile Software Developer.
If you have only 1 iOS app developer on your team, UI/UX designer and QA engineer can work part-time. UI/UX designer will most probably work at the beginning of the project and the QA engineer in the end.
Team members involvement:
- At the beginning of the project UI/UX designer works full-time. When the workload decreases, the designer can shift to part-time (e.g. 10 hours a week)
- Mobile software developer starts working full-time and QA engineer starts part-time
- After the mobile software developer has completed some part of the code, QA engineer shifts to full-time.