With the technical specification out of the way, it’s time to move on to the design specification. Here you will need to have another meeting with the client and ascertain from them how the product should look, what journey the user would take to get to where they want to be, and what audiences to appeal to.
The development stage is usually the longest phase in the process. Developers need to ensure they are on the same page in terms of the coding language necessary, as well as the compilers, interpreters, debuggers, etc. that they are meant to be using to implement the code.
They also need to ensure that communication within the team at this stage is accurate and efficient, since it would all eventually need to be communicated with the QA (quality assurance) testing team. The designers and developers will work closely together to ensure that they produce a functional, visually pleasing product that customers enjoy using.