Scalable Web Technologies

Designing systems / interfaces for humans and computers alike. We know that the web has truely gone mobile, in fact over 80% of our visitors to our sites do so on their mobile phones. For us it's defintely a mobile first approach.

What we use: PHP / Laravel / React.js / etc.

The truth is, it's not really important. We don't overly focus on any particular technologies, to us it has just one job, deliver the best experience. Simple. Quick and itterative delivery, for speedy web apps is what we place most value on. We take a pragmatic approach to launching fast, often with a reduced feature set, just so we can get our products in the hands on real customers and get their feedback. Our customers most likely don't know or care about what we use, it just has to work.

We don't believe in inventing the wheel, we're happy to take inspiration and guidance to those that have forged the path ahead of us. We're big fans of open source technologies, and understand that we have a responsibility to share our knowledge and learnings too. If there is an API or library that we can leverage to deliver faster, more often than not, it will be our first choice.

Our expertise lies in designing great products that are usable by young or old, mobile or desktop user, experience or a new comer to the web. Desiging powerful but yet intuitive products is where we grabble with the tradeoffs. We strive to emphasize with the customer at every step of the way.

What about: A.I. ?

We understand the great power that AI can bring, but it's useless if it's not applied in the right manner. AI has a job to make our lives simpler and less complicated. If we can create useful tools like our auto ad writing assistant Spot, then we are all-in. While we can use AI in many places, it doesn't always suit our goal of making lives easier for our customers.

test : Your assumptions

Gather data and user feedback quickly. Don't assume that something will ultimately change how your customer will think, launch a MVP, itterate and grow. The first 80% of any product is the most used. The final 20% may not make sure a difference and will suck up a disproportionate amount of time.