Web Development Services
Expert engineers will work closely with you to design and deliver modern web applications aligned to the GDS Service Standard, implementing interactive web experiences using best practice and the latest technology. BJSS will apply service design to ensure that the service built is designed effectively for users.
- Architect, develop, deploy applications, enabling access to services digitally.
- Employ service design and user experience design, researching with users.
- Use of open source software and open standards.
- Multi-discipline teams that can work hand-in-hand with your own staff.
- Improve your staff's training/skills through working with experts.
- Development of back-end APIs and services.
- Deliver Minimum Viable Product, focused on user needs.
- Instrument /measure performance, informing change based on real world use.
- Employ continuous delivery, automated assurance, including cross-browser and non-functional.
- Technologies including serverless, ReactJS, NodeJS, TypeScript, AWS, Azure etc.
- Applications delivered to “digital by default” service standard.
- Value realised quickly and iteratively through agile approach and MVP.
- Release regularly and get immediate user feedback with continuous delivery.
- Ensure you deliver a service designed for user needs.
- Instrumentation for immediate feedback on performance and usage of application.
- High-quality solution assured with automated testing and continuous inspection.
- Accessibility designed from the start with WCAG 2.0 level compliance.
- Agnostic technology approach ensures best use of available options.
- Secure application, threat modelled with security moved left.
- Upskilled internal workforce ensuring you can take on further delivery.
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