The Achieve Digital Team

An Achieve Digital team will be dedicated to your project.  A typical Achieve Digital team consists of the following roles.

  • Product Owner builds roadmap, sets priorities and manages the product backlog.  The single source responsible for the overall project.
  • Project Manager administers resources and timelines 
  • Scrum Master manages the process and removes impediments
  • Business Analyst develops requirements, user stories, and acceptance criteria
  • Creative and Technical groups build the product
    • Creative includes designers, copy strategiest, copy writers, and usability testing specialists
    • Technical includes programmers, database architects and programmers, mobile app specialists, and testing specialists

The Achieve Digital team is self-organizing and cross-functional. Self-organizing teams choose how best to accomplish their work, rather than being directed by others outside the team. Cross-functional teams have all competencies needed to accomplish the work without depending on others not part of the team. The team model is optimized for flexibility, creativity, and productivity.

The Achieve Digital team delivers products iteratively and incrementally, maximizing opportunities for feedback. Incremental deliveries ensure a potentially useful version of working software is always available.

The Achieve Digital Method

Achieve Digital has spent years improving its software development methods.  Our methodology are based on the knowledge that, in order to succeed, we must plan for change.  That is why we have established methods, such as reviews and retrospectives that are specifically design to shift priorities regularly based on client feedback and business value.
Key points are highlighted below to provide confidence that our methods provide stakeholders with an efficient, economical, and flexible framework that targets the following objectives.
  • Avoid chaos with clarity and transparency.
  • Involve stakeholders to verify outcomes so expectations are met without surprises.
  • Deliver iteratively and incrementally. 
  • While certain levels of documentation is necessary, it is collaboration that delivers value.
  • Responding to change professionally pleases stakeholders and provides business value.

Iterative and incremental workstream
A little deeper dive into sprints

Solution certainty
A little deeper dive into iterative workstream

Performance Domains

Solution Certainty


Tangible Sprint Outcomes

Example Sprint Goal

Deliverables and Validation


Provide development team with CI details. Post-release test to determine how well this solution achieved selected business goals.

·   Comps

·   Copy Decks

·   Deliver Quality Assurance Support

·   Conclusions from Quantitative Findings

·   Working software

Construct comps for shopping cart start date and submit for approval. Develop and test shopping cart to acceptance criteria.

Research and Verification

Evolving toward certainty

Are we designing it correctly?   Determine if our assumptions are worthwhile.  Does our proposal seem to achieve selected business goals?

·   Verification with Collaborating Teams

·   Conclusions from Qualitative Findings

·   Prototypes

Prototype shopping cart start date and get some user feedback on location, presentation size and importance. Obtain client verification.



How are we proposing we achieve selected business goals? Collect ideas so we can propose ideas that we assume will achieve selected business goals.

·   Creative Ideas Documented

·   Screen Captures

·   Mockups

·   Low Fidelity Prototypes

Research other websites and use previous qualitative findings to create three ideas to propose that would possibly increase user confidence. Define acceptance criteria.

Achieve Digital, LLC

8026 Sea Hero Run
Versailles, KY 40383


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