Before making a final decision, it’s important that you ask the right questions
of your developer candidate. Also, be sure to contact their references and take a look at their past projects.
You’ll also want to create a contract that goes into explicit (and painfully minute) detail about the deliverables that you expect out of the project for the agreed upon price. The more vague your contract, the more you open yourself up to overpay for something that doesn’t meet your needs. Take the time to do your up-front strategy work, user research and user flows so that you have a really solid idea of what you are asking, and paying, for someone to build.
Want a step-by-step guide? I recommend checking out this list
, which walks you through the entire process of choosing a developer who will deliver a successful final product. Good luck, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions.