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You can email us with your requirements, schedule a meeting or you can get in touch with us for any queries and we can take it ahead from there.

Yes we do offer reference for our previous works and also testimonials from our active and previous clients. You can view our past works in our case-study page.

Yes we follow a strict NDA policy so that your idea remains safe. An NDA will be signed by both you and us, which protects the assets of both parties. To receive our NDA you can send us an email at [email protected]

We follow an Agile Development Methodology with several approaches like Lean and Kanban, Scrum, extreme programming, crystal, etc., according to our clients’ requirements and preference. If you are confused about which approach to take, our business analysts will guide you to your best methodology.

Dynamic Edge Creative started its journey to change the digital world in 2018. Since then we have been actively contributing to end-to-end product and software engineering.

We have a team of 40+ world-class professionals, all working as small modules of a large team. We have separate teams for each technology, namely

  • Hardware & Embedded Development
  • iOS & Android App Development
  • Web & Ecommerce Development
  • Designing Team
  • Cloud & DevOps Team
  • QA Team
  • Sales & Marketing Team
  • R&D Team

We’ve had the pleasure to serve over 80+ clients from the following Industries:

  • Automotive 
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Semiconductor
  • Entertainment 
  • E-Commerce & Retail
  • Education 
  • Banking 
  • Food and Beverages 
  • Healthcare 
  • Travel 
  • Sports
  • Networking
  • Home Automation & IIoT 4.0
  • Transportation & Logistics

Our headquarters is in Ahmedabad, India and other branches are situated in the USA, Canada, London, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, and Australia.

We have successfully delivered 100+ projects to 80+ international clients.

Everything! From our approach in discussing projects with potential clients to our final step of helping our clients to become a global brand; we understand that you are looking for more than a bunch of coders. Startups and enterprises are looking for business partners that not only support them but also guide them through uncharted waters and we do exactly that for each of our clients. Our entire approach for each project is unique and separately tailored for your individual needs. Hence our every product out in the market is completely unique yet according to the best of industry standards. Our company has always been user-centric in terms of our product and client-centric in terms of our services.

We have 3 hiring models for you to choose from

  • Full Time Hiring 
    • Hire developers for a complete day. 
  • Part Time Hiring 
    • Hire a developer for 4 hours a day. 
  • Hourly Hiring 
    • Hire developers for certain hours of a day.

We accept client payments in primarily 4-5 means: Xoom (a PayPal Company), MoneyGram, Veem, Wise, and direct Bank Transfer. But we can show flexibility to other means of payment according to client preference.

We follow milestones for project completion that way clients have to pay – 30% upfront while beginning the project then after completion of the first milestone the client will have to pay 40% of the payment and at the time of delivery the final 30%.

Yes we do have some partnership models. We offer unique partnership programs as per our mutual business needs and resources. You can visit our partnership page to learn more about our programs.

About Our Services

Product engineering is about developing an idea into a commercially viable product for the market. It refers to a set of processes ranging from product conceptualization to designing, developing, testing, deploying, and later to sustenance and re-engineering. It can cut across different aspects of mechanical, hardware, embedded, and software components of product design. The primary objective of product engineering is to create a product that is reliable, functional, and innovative yet cost-effective. This process requires a multidisciplinary approach, collaboration between teams, and the use of modern tools and technologies to ensure that the final product meets the desired quality standards.

A typical product engineering stages involve

  • Ideation
  • Feasibility Study / Product Planning
  • Design, Development, and QA
  • Prototyping
  • Manufacturing / Production
  • Sustenance

Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) refers to the outsourcing of certain product engineering activities, such as product design, prototyping, processes, testing, quality control, product lifecycle management etc. It can even be consulted with specialized product engineering service providers (like Dynamic Edge Creative) to gain the advantage of expertise, cost arbitrage, faster time-to-market and enhanced value engineering etc.

An embedded system can be defined as a combination of computer hardware and software, which is designed to carry out a specific set of functions within a larger system. As embedded systems are engineered to perform only a defined set of tasks, design engineers can optimize their size, reliability, power consumption, performance, and cost. These systems are developed on a large scale and share expertise across a range of applications and environments. Industry machines, medical equipment, household appliances, cameras, vending machines, wearables, and mobile devices are all examples of devices that use embedded systems.

Embedded systems mainly consist of two major elements such as hardware and software.

Hardware Elements
When we talk about hardware requirements for embedded systems, it is developed either by using a microcontroller or by using a microprocessor.

  1. Microcontroller: It’s a single integrated circuit based small computer or System on Chip (SoC) which generally includes a processor, integrated memory input/output (I/O) peripheral devices. Microcontrollers are widely used in embedded systems, as it requires lesser external components.
  2. Microprocessor: It is a computer processor on a microchip, which uses external chips for peripheral devices and memory and due to that, it requires more devices on board. Microprocessors are used in large-scale embedded systems.

Software Elements
Software is one of the key elements to run the microcontroller of any embedded system. The operating system and software requirements for embedded systems are different from a conventional computer-based system.

  1. Operating system: Standard computer-based systems generally use operating systems like OS X, Windows or GNU/Linux but embedded systems use OS such as LynxOS, VxWorks, BeRTOS, ThreadX, Windows CE, Nucleus RTOS, OSE.
  2. Programming Language: The code for the embedded software is written in some common languages like C or C++ as well as many high-level programming languages like JavaScript, Python, ADA.

On the hardware side, designers need to check the voltage requirements, power availability (know if the system would be always connected to a power source or can run on a battery), the architecture of the controller/processor according to the processing speed and memory available on board. Next step would be to check the ICs for conversion from analog to digital and vice versa. Additionally, designers should also look into network modules if the device is going to be connected to the internet. To put it in simpler words, the steps involved in hardware design vary based on the requirements.

Embedded software engineering is the procedure of creating specialized software to regulate machines and devices that are different from traditional computers. Embedded systems are formed due to the nexus of non-computer based devices with software engineering. The software has to adapt and work within the constraints of the hardware specifications. Embedded software engineering involves developing software exclusively created to run on embedded systems, which are unique computer systems integrated into larger devices or machines. Embedded systems can be found in an enormous range of products, including automobiles, home appliances, medical devices, and consumer electronics.

Looking at the software end, designers need to understand the current design and get a clarity on what additional features are required to improve the end product. Based on the final list of features, they need to decide if the device requires an operating system. Next step is to decide if the system requires GPOS (General Purpose Operating System) or RTOS (Real Time Operating System), decide the bus structure, number of controllers/processors to implement parallel processing, memory, and connection to the server using internet or intranet.

Firmware is much more than the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) or the bootstrap. In more sophisticated applications, firmware can go way beyond just loading the code to get things started. Such applications can be designed to perform multiple parallel operations such as address routing, math coprocessing, timers, signal processing, power and reset sequencing, LED controls, and relay controls.

In simpler terms, the firmware is a piece of code that is stored in the non-volatile memory. In embedded devices such as printers and home appliances, the firmware is responsible to load and manage the operating system within the device. The operating system, on the other hand, provides the applications with an execution context to perform on some set of peripherals. Therefore, it is the operating system’s job to carry out the actual task.

Design Thinking is a newer approach to problem-solving. It is a strategic design methodology that provides a user-centric and solution-based approach to solve complex problems. It allows the blend of technology and business models to solve customer problems or to find better solutions to the existing approach, by putting the customer at the center of the entire product development journey. With an ever-increasing demand for better user experience (usability and value) from consumers, product companies are compelled to continuously experiment and innovate, in quick cycles, for increased consumer adoption and competitive advantage in the market. That is where the concept of design thinking came into existence.

  1. It focuses more on the problem to find the best solution by keeping the end user at the center of the process. This approach focuses more on the real needs of the user, rather than the perceived problems of the product teams.
  2. Design thinking focuses on adding value and solving actual problems through agile driven user stories, in a creative and innovative approach.
  3. It keeps the idea of “design, test and redo” as a core process, which yields results that are more powerful and interesting.
  4. It encourages innovation and R&D, by exploring, brainstorming, and evaluating multiple solutions for the same problem.
  5. The journey starts and ends with the USER / CUSTOMER. It allows the product teams to closely understand the user preferences and experiences, and thus allows for better product adoption, experience, and scalability.
  6. It allows for iterative product development, thereby giving the flexibility to prioritize solutions, based on user needs, and progressively add features to the product. With quick feedback, it allows companies to recoup faster from any product failures.

Product design can be defined as the process of identifying a product opportunity in the market by clearly defining the current challenges, coming up with a precise solution for those challenges, and then validating the solution from real users. Product designers work with engineers and marketers to develop the core design that includes the technological and mechanical aspects of the product while considering the usability of the product.

The framework follows an overall flow of four key components such as 1) Empathy, 2) Collaboration, 3) Interactive Thinking and 4) Experimentalism. Within these four components, there can be six different stages involved: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, Test, and Implement.

To create a perfect solution, product designers need to understand the user experience of the product and not just the visual elements of the product.

Following are the steps of design thinking that can be taken to find a fitting solution:

  1. Empathize: Designers need to put themselves in the end-users’ shoes to understand their expectations and concerns.
  2. Define: After learning about the pain points of the target customer, define the challenges that need to be addressed.
  3. Ideate: Think about all the possible solutions and then check its feasibility.
  4. Prototype: Create a product prototype to see how the final product would look and feel. A product prototype can also be made to showcase the primary features of the product.
  5. Test: Test the product and get users’ feedback.

Before the design process starts, the product team needs to define the product vision and create a product strategy. Before starting the product development, the designer should understand its purpose of existence.

Some of the things to consider when defining a product design strategy are:

  1. Keep the target customer at the center.
  2. Ensure all the team members share the same vision.
  3. Make a reference document that entails every detail about the product design and functioning.
  4. Use the reference document as a north star to guide the team during the product development process.
  5. Define success criteria and KPIs, and then use them to evaluate progress.

There are two different approaches followed in embedded software testing:
1) Manual Testing
2) Automation Testing.

Manual Testing:This type of testing requires a tester’s involvement to test the software manually without using any kind of automated script or automated tool. In this method, a tester tests the software and identifies bugs and unexpected behavioral issues. There are various types of testing involved in manual testing like functional testing, integration testing, regression testing, end-to-end testing, GUI testing, compatibility testing, system testing and user acceptance testing. Testers use test cases, test plans or test scenarios to make sure the testing of the software is executed properly.

Automation Testing:As its name specifies, it is an automated process where a tester uses automated codes/scripts or automated testing tool/application/framework to test the software. Concisely, it is an automated process for testing the functioning of the software.

There are many different tools used for automation testing to test any embedded software product.

  • HP Quicktest Professional
  • Selenium
  • TestingWhiz
  • Ranorex
  • Sahi
  • Tosca Testsuite
  • Testing Anywhere
  • WinRunner
  • LoadRunner
  • SilkTest
  • Visual Studio Test Professional
  • IBM Rational Functional Tester
  • TestComplete
  • Snapbricks IoT Test Suite

Here are some of the prevailing software testing trends in the embedded product development industry.

  • Increasing usage of open source tools for successful execution of Agile, DevOps, Test management, Defect management and test automation.
  • Time and quality of the product are going to be the biggest factor in the software testing market as every end-user or business will demand the best product and it should be available as early as possible.
  • As the volume of data is increasing day by day, it will open a new phase for software testing companies to work on Big Data testing.
  • Considering the era of IoT, demand for hardware testing will also increase as IoT is all about the nexus of hardware & software.

Native app development is dedicated app development for a single platform. This means the Android developers will use only the default language (Kotlin) and IDE for Android and the same goes (Swift) for iOS. Cross-Platform app development has the benefit of a single code working for multiple platforms. So in essence you pay for a one time app development that will work for all the major platforms like Android and iOS.

  • HTML5, CSS3
  • Tailwind CSS
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • TypeScript
  • Meteor.JS
  • Next.JS
  • Bootstrap
  • Backbone.JS
  • Vue.JS
  • Angular
  • React.JS
  • Ember.JS

Yes, we have a decent experience in building web applications as well as Progressive Web Applications. We have a separate team of dedicated web application developers that have mastered their skills and also kept themselves updated to the latest tech trends in web development.


If you are looking to start a long-term project that would involve unpredictable changes, then you need to definitely look for an expert mobile app developer team. If you have a short-term project or one-time project, hiring in-house is also not justified. We offer you a front-end and back-end team for your mobile irrespective of any platform you choose.

Hiring dedicated developers can provide a number of advantages, such as cost savings, access to specialized skills, flexibility, and increased productivity.

It is now very simple to communicate with the dedicated developer you hired. You can contact our developer via any convenient platform, such as Skype, Zoom, Google Meet, Slack, Phone, Email, and so on.

Yes, it is absolutely free. We use this free time to assess the hired trial resource’s code quality, communication, on-time delivery, Agile software development process, and other factors. If you receive satisfactory work, you can continue with the engagement; if not, you can cancel it immediately.

Our pricing is straightforward and transparent. We allow you to hire experienced dedicated developers for $30 to $40 USD/hour with an average experience of 4 to 6 years. If you’re looking to hire a dedicated team in India, we have flexible rates for you; please contact us to learn more.

We have over 7+ Years of experience in this industry. We have more than 30+ dedicated coders with 5+ years of experience, 2 Scrum Masters, and 2 Agile Coaches.

Business & Startups

If you are looking to start a long-term project that would involve unpredictable changes, then you need to definitely look for an expert mobile app developer team. If you have a short-term project or one-time project, hiring in-house is also not justified. We offer you a front-end and back-end team for your mobile irrespective of any platform you choose.

Hiring dedicated developers can provide a number of advantages, such as cost savings, access to specialized skills, flexibility, and increased productivity.