Web & Mobile Application Development
What is web & mobile application development?
Fully customizable and incredibly versatile, our web and mobile applications add efficiency and precision to your work—whether you wish to simplify a complex process or overcome a data-collection challenge.
DGIT’s Software Development Team will listen carefully to your requirements and use their technological expertise to engineer applications that turn goals into realities. Over the years, the team has designed a variety of result-driven tools, from an online system to manage grant proposals to an iPhone application that helps hearing-impaired parents interpret infant speech sounds.
Get started on your web, database, or mobile application!
Tell us about your goals, and we will help you meet them by developing an application that aligns with your specific requirements and budget.
To inquire about our services, create a service request ticket with Web and Mobile Application Development in the Short Description field. A member of the Software Development Team will reach out to discuss your needs.
After a preliminary conversation, we will schedule a meeting to:
- Dig deep into your goals
- Determine a potential solution
- Discuss the overall scope of your project
Then we will prepare a scope of work that outlines your project in detail, including costs.
How much does software cost?
DGIT charges the following rates for software development:
- $86 an hour for anyone in our UCLA community
- $132 an hour for customers without a UCLA affiliation
The overall cost for our applications varies per project.
What if I need support on an existing application?
To get help with an existing DGIT-designed application, please create an incident ticket. A technician will respond as soon as possible!
What happens when my application is complete?
We host, manage, and support anything we build, and we will always be available to help solve technical issues and extend your project; we even offer training to help you enjoy all your application’s benefits.
- Hosting – We provide safe and secure hosting for your application, so you can start using it immediately without worrying about where it lives.
- Training – If your project merits the need, we will build an in-depth training plan into your scope of work.
- Support – We provide system administration, backups, and monitoring. This level of support requires approximately two hours per month and carries a charge of $86 an hour.
Portfolio Use Cases
Web and Database Applications
Featuring interactive capabilities, such as portals and forms, web applications perform a range of detailed functions. Our applications help users track procurement processes, manage workflow, and more.
The David Geffen School of Medicine Procurement Portal allows faculty, staff, and students to create and manage purchasing requests.
Our HIPAA-compliant, scalable database applications help researchers collect and organize data. We provide applications for data sets of all sizes, and we can keep your data safe and secure for extended periods of time.
The UCLA Urology Questionnaire Portal provides patients with online questionnaires and gives health care providers tools to collect and process reports to enable research, perform clinical trials, and improve patient care.
Mobile applications bring flexibility to data collection and user interactions, allowing you to collect crucial information in real time and quickly generate insights.
Designed in collaboration with hearing-impaired parents, ChatterBaby is a mobile application that helps parents determine if and why their baby is crying.
What our clients are saying
“I have had a wonderful experience working with the Software Development Team. They bring in a professional expertise that enables scientists to make their research usable by the public. As scientists, our academic models often live only on paper. In order to apply them to practice, they need to be implemented in a manner so that anyone with a smartphone is able to access them. Buddy and his team have helped promote translational science by bridging the gap between academia and practice.” - Director, Laboratory of Computational Neuropsychology, Dr. Ariana E. Anderson