We validate ideas, build them into products, measure how customers respond, and then learn whether to pivot or persevere. Our processes are geared to accelerate that feedback loop.
We will uncover user needs and solve for their pain points, prototype, and test assumptions along the way to define and design the minimum viable product.
Our developers are proficient in modern frameworks and languages. They can also help you choose the best development stack for both cost and long term product plans.
We are exceptional listeners and problem solvers! Our team will strive to understand your vision and company goals and align them with a solution that successfully solves for the needs of your users.
Once initial research is complete we are able to identify a minimum viable product (must haves vs. nice to haves) to start delivering value to you and your customers in short and iterative cycles.
The projects we work on are through agencies, start-ups, and corporations. We have strict non-disclosure and intellectual property agreements on the projects we work on to both protect ourselves and our clients in this crazy, idea stealing world.
We do have case studies that we are able share with clients in non-competing spaces. Let us know if you would like to discuss your project further and we can provide relevant examples.
Here are a few of the many companies our team members have held permanent roles with and/or worked with on projects.
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Our team members met while working in the greater Minneapolis and St. Paul area for the last 20 years in software development, marketing, e-commerce, and enterprise software industries.
We'd love to share the story! It involves an airbrush, a dreamer, frogs, and a few not so great current events.
Single Page Applications have been our bread and butter for the last 5 or 6 years. We also work on complex enterprise software, customer relationship management software (CRM), e-commerce sites, system integrations, marketing sites, and corporate UI/branding guidelines and resources.
This is usually an impossible question to answer. In old waterfall development practices it was easier to quote prices for projects since the scope rarely changed until version 2. We operate with the lean startup methodology in an agile environment allowing us to easily react and pivot if needed. This allows us to minimize project waste, saving you quite a bit of money, and ensuring the experiences you deliver to your users are valuable.