Every instrument working in harmony.
A website or web application is like a symphony. Each section of the orchestra works in concert to produce a whole greater than the sum of its parts. These sections could be recorded independently, in different studios, and combined later to create a finished work. But by listening to one another and reacting in real time, an orchestra produces real music.
Full-stack development means that the same group who designs the interface also implements it. The same people who set up the database also lay out the business rules. This process minimizes surprises—the last thing a technology project needs.
A Cross-Disciplinary Team of Experts
Rapid Development Group is a full team of developers, each with specialties that overlap. Our team includes graphic designers skilled at implementations of designs, front-end developers who understand architectural back-end requirements, and database experts with a background in operations and deployment. These specialties dovetail seamlessly, protecting against costly gaps in planning.
From conception on, our design experts prioritize great results that can still be reasonably implemented. Our back-end architects structure content types and frameworks that complement the intended design without compromising best practices. This approach—considering the entirety of the project when doing each part—saves headaches, time, and money.
Day 1 Maintainability
Websites and web applications live on, while technology evolves. With long-term architectural choices in mind, our team facilitates the maintenance and gradual improvement of each project over time. To ensure each site is capable of growing and evolving to meet changing needs, Rapid Development Group builds on proven frameworks such as our chosen Content Management System, Drupal.
Site content is maintainable by site owners directly, without involving developers. Long-term needs like search engine optimization, performance, and scalability are considered during initial architectural steps. And our user interfaces are built with accessibility in mind, so that every project attracts and retains the broadest audience possible.