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Executive Fact Sheet

Desktop-to-Web Migration Fact Sheet


Migrating from desktop application to a web-based environment can prove to be a
daunting and stressful experience. But with Infragistics, it doesnt have to be. We have
the 3 most important pieces to drive success in your organizations next transformational
desktop to web initiative:

People Process Tools

Over 25 years of experience We have a proven UX process Using our interactive design
working with enterprises across and methodology, from and prototyping tools we can
every major vertical in digital the ideation of a digital design your entire experience
transformations. We have transformation or platform and get stakeholder signoff
experts in Human Computer migration, to design, build and before any code is written.
Interaction (HCI), User deployment, with complete And with our industry
Experience (UX), Visual Design, project management. We will leading, award winning UI
Enterprise Architecture, Project work with your stakeholders tools for HTML5, jQuery and
Management, and Software and subject matter experts to ASP.NET MVC, you can be
Development. drive the optimal success of assured that your new Web
your initiatives. or Mobile experience is high
performance, looks beautiful
and exceeds the expectations
of your user base.

The executive overview and checklist highlights the 4 essential phases weve designed based on our
experience in large-scale digital transformations. In each phase, youll see a highlight of key areas to
focus on. For the complete detail, you can read our Desktop to Web Framework whitepaper which goes
into detail for each step.

Infragistics would like to be your trusted partner and guide in projects like this, which is why weve put
together this process framework. It is designed so you can understand each step along the way and see
where we add value to your success.

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Desktop-to-Web Migration
Process Framework
The first step is that of discovery, where we meet to understand your vision and desired
outcomes. The Vision phase is the first and most important step, as it drives the entire
process moving forward through Analysis, Design, and finally Implementation.

Vision Phase Analysis Phase Design Phase Implementation


Phase
High-Level Requirements System Architecture
Vision& Goal Capturing & Validation Design Training Needs
Assertion External Interfaces Data Layer Identification
Target Devices and Services/Business Logic
Research & Design Browsers Layer Software
Resource Identification User Requirements External System Development
Interfacing
Design Research UI Layer

Current System User Experience


Evaluation & Design &Technical
Documentation Feasibility Verification
Business Logic Layer
Services Layer Frameworks /
Data Layer Toolsets Decision
UI Layer
Overall System
Architecture
System Security

To get started, Call Frank Sacco, Vice President of Sales at 609.297.4182

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Checklist

Vision Phase Analysis Phase

The purpose of the Vision Phase is to develop High Level During the Analysis Phase business requirements will be
Vision & Goal Assertion, and to identify resources that enumerated and the current system will be dissected.
will be required for the project.
Has a UX process been followed to effectively
Do you have a high-level vision? capture and validate requirements?

Are the goals of the project clear? Are current and future browser / device capabilities
considered in the analysis?
Are resources available to execute on the vision?
Is the current architecture and design adequately
Is it necessary to engage in a 3rd party firm that can documented and understood for potential changes
fill the gaps in your teams skillsets? that may be needed?

Design Phase Implementation Phase


During the Design Phase, the technical blueprint for the Once you have the research and design, the next step is
application will be constructed. to build the application in the Implementation Phase.

Do you have a good understanding of system Is your team trained and ready to build apps in this
components and services have you identified new paradigm?
candidates for re-use or re-write?
Are you using an Agile process to promote team
Have you considered all of the options for securing communication and to keep schedules on track?
your web services on the modern web?
Are you using a tool like Indigo Studio to prototype
Has the UX process been followed? Has the the experience before code is written?
interaction design and user validation occurred?
Are you doing usability testing as part of the
Is your architectural choice a pure HTML / JavaScript implementation process?
client or an MVC application with server-side
components?

Have you defined the modern web frameworks and


UI toolkits like Ignite UI that your teams will use to
build the system?

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