We plan, design, develop and build digital eco-systems.

Our team of expert technology architects and developers help companies and agencies achieve digital transformation. We are platform agnostic, which ensures we are impartial when advising and implementing enterprise, open-source or bespoke solutions.

Ngoar has decades of professional expertise making systems and platforms work together seamlessly, covering CMS, CRM, e-Commerce, social, IoT and data analytics.

Ngoar have a dedicated Rapid Prototyping division. They specialise in transitioning concepts into reality.

They are our most experienced software engineers and designers, all of them with at least 15 years software innovation experience. We call them ‘Blank Page Engineers’ as they have a full appreciation of multiple software languages, platforms, integration protocols, security demands and optimised coding infrastructure.


The benefits of Rapid Prototyping are many

Invaluable user feedback as early as possible in the project.

As a team we can compare the optimum software to meet the specification. It also allows the software engineer insight into the accuracy of initial project estimates and whether the deadlines and milestones proposed can be successfully met.

Risk reduction. A prototype tests some of the most difficult elements of the system early on in the life-cycle. This provides valuable information as to the feasibility of a design and can prevent the team from pursuing solutions that turn out to be too complex or time consuming to implement.

‘Fail Fast Quick’, we believe the earlier a problem can be found the cheaper it is to address.


process chart
Determining basic functional and technical objectives including the input and output information desired. This includes initial technical and functional analysis.
Translating ideas into visual and functional representations. Also applying feedback.
Developing the prototype. This is usually carried out over a series of development sprints.
Sharing the prototype with target user groups and all stakeholders to evaluate the visual and interactive characteristics.
Using feedback from the review stage to perform iterations that make truer, more polished versions of the end product.