FAQ's

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1. What is 'IT Outsourcing' and what is 'Offshore Outsourcing'?

In the first sense, "IT outsourcing" means hiring somebody outside your company to provide IT services. Outsourcing is most common for companies whose IT needs are well known in advance. IT outsourcing can also mean hiring someone to be your IT department. Such a partner must have people who can work closely with your staff to understand your unique business problems so that you can deliver, implement, and service unique solutions.


2. How does Web Logics Valley price its projects?

Web Logics Valley prices its projects according to the development effort required.


Fixed Price Model - You gives us the requirements. Web Logics Valley estimates the time and resources involvement and comes to a fixed price. A project plan is made and the payments are linked to important deliverables. Any changes to the requirements are seen as 'Change Request' and are charged for the extra time required.


In an outsourcing deal with Web Logics Valley, are always in control. The prototypes/staged deliveries and the regular communication keeps you updated, and the payments are requested on specific deliveries and after you are happy.


3. How does Brick Red ensure quality?

We implement the Software Quality Assurance (SQA) process that addresses the quality assurance needs at every phase of the development cycle. Our QA team check the design and coding of software in each stage of development and we also prepare a check list for quality control. In addition, we also have a comprehensive Quality Testing Checklist which ensures that every solution delivered by Web Logics Valley measures up to the highest possible international standards.


4. How do I know what's going on as the project progresses?

All project information regarding design, coding, stage of completion are available on a 24/7 basis from our live chat room.


5. Who owns the rights for the source code?

All rights to the work is with the Client. This includes design and source codes which the Web Logics Valley team develops in the course of the project. All this is part of the delivery made to the Client after completion of the project and you will never be held hostage in another part of the world.


6. How a Web Page can be designed for most browsers compatible?

There is no such technology control available on the World Wide Web. However a Web Page looks depends on browser, computer, screen etc. But while designing a site a Web Designer should design the site error free so that it can be acceptable in most of the browsers.


7. What should be the screen size of my design for my web page?

The most common screen size is 800x600 pixels closely followed by 1024x768 pixels, according to a survey. So you should try to keep the width of main part of your Web Page 720-760 pixels. Now a days days people are using other devices also to access a Web Page, like mobile phone etc. These have a smaller screen size so to make your Web Page nicely viewable even in such devices.


8. Why colors of my Web Page comes different on different machines?

As you know colors visible in a Web Pages are mixture of three different colors R, G and B (Red, Green and Blue). The shades of these three colors may vary monitor to monitor. This is the reason for different colours on different monitor.


9 Why the text of my Web Page comes different on different machines?

The font used in your Web Page must be installed in the machine you are viewing in. Every font used in your Web Page may not be installed in every machine.


10 How I can protect my images to be copied from my Web Page?

The font used in your Web Page must be installed in the machine you are viewing in. Every font used in your Web Page may not be installed in every machine.

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