Building the internet
and company intranets.
We're fluent in binary.
We develop simple solutions to complex problems. Whether thats various service integrations into an existing platform, or developing all new projects from the ground up. We've been developing web application solutions for several years and have worked with teams of all sizes. We actively maintain open source projects which impact thousands of websites around the world. Whether you are a small business looking to improve and simplify your digital presence, or an enterprise company looking to add team members to a project we're here to help you grow.
Design involves human understanding empathy and patience, we take the time to understand your business from the ground up in order to deliver the best design possible. We take user-experience very seriously because we know that software that gets in the way can be detrimental to productivity.
We actively work with and maintain projects including some of the following technologies:
- PHP, Laravel, Symfony, CodeIgniter, Zend
- Ruby, Ruby on Rails
- TypeScript, CoffeeScript
- React, React-Native
- Node.js, AWS Lambda
- MySQL, PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, Redis
- AWS, DigitalOcean
Our 4D Process
The discovery phase is a process in which we dissect your current needs and breakdown any existing applications you're using. We explore each component of your application in as much detail as possible prior to initializing the design phase.
We begin designing the overall flow and function of your web application. This means we're providing you with a general layouts as well as sub-sectioned component layouts of your application prior to writing any lines of code.
The development phase is the longest step in the process. We begin with developing the most basic components such as login, user profiles, rough layouts, key UI (User Interface) features. Then we move onto more complex portions such as CMS (Content Management Service) tooling, unique data Models and Services. This process usually involves weekly check-ins to confirm that what is being developed matches the expected results.
Though some organizations consider Deployment the final stage we consider it both an ending and a beginning. The deployment is the phase of going live to production servers meaning full functionality and desired outcome of the development process. We then begin the process of monitoring and refining any quirks that may arise, which were unforeseen. This often means returning to the discovery phase to build new features down the road.