Whatever the requirement of your project, of your context and of your organization, we are structured in such a way as to offer you the most appropriate type of assistance, with maximum flexibility.
THAT WE DO
- Analysis and Object Oriented Programming design
- Remote and on site assistance
- Tutoring and supervision
- Technological orientation
- "Time & material" Formulas
- Training on the job
- Mixed courses of training and consultancy
Design is an important asset for realizing an application and Comtaste knows that the look & feel of the user interface is only one among most aspects to take care of. Our working procedures assure high standard quality on user experience. Our methodology starts from a regarding analyze of context in which the application will run, the final customer, functions study and information architecture, usability to choice of interface graphic style
- Information architecture
- Functions study
- User Interface Design
Flex 4 is the new version of the technology of Adobe for the definition of a development environment and of runtime which permits developers to create highly interactive front end which exploits the advantages of the well known Flash Player.
J2EE or as it has been re-baptised from version 5, Java EE, is the enterprise version of the Java platform. It is, therefore, a collection of specifics which characterize a collection of technologies for the development of enterprise and critical mission type applications.
J2ME, or rather Java 2 Micro Edition, is the optimized version of Java 2 Standard Edition J2SE studied for mobile devices.
FlashLite is the technology which allows us to bring Flash Player on to mobile phones, so that the great productivity and interactivity typical of Flash applications can be used through different operative systems, processors and displays of every dimension.
Adobe Flash Catalyst allows designers and developers to cooperate on Rich Interactive Application projects working at the same time, with this tool it is even possible to create prototype to work with before the final deploy, so that a client can see interactive storyboard of the application and not only static images.