We create modern, sleek, and responsive websites to make sure you stand out from the competition. We can build you something in-house, work on top of what you already have, or get you set up with a popular platform like Shopify, WordPress, Wix, Squarespace, Drupal, or whatever you prefer. Our software programmers will also make you a custom theme or plugin to go with any platform and provide training if you have an onsite contact person.
We create native or hybrids apps, either as standalone products or as complementary products to your site. These apps can be as simple as feeds from your blog or as complex as extensions of your Learning Management System (LMS) or E-Commerce platform. We will handle app store submissions, push notifications, and updates to iOS/Android firmware.
Beyond the development of marketing websites (sites where customers learn more about you), we also develop full platforms with complex backends. This can be anything from Learning Management Systems and E-Commerce sites to internal administrative sites and SaaS platforms. We’re happy to use any stack that you want or recommend one of our favorites!
User Interface/Experience Design (UI/UX) and User Testing
The biggest mistake companies make is to ignore UI/UX when launching new websites and apps. Ensuring that you are centering the experience of the user and making your project look as sleek and modern as possible from the get-go will save you unnecessary costs later on. We handle everything from wire-framing, prototyping, UI design, user testing, and getting customer feedback.
Data and A/B Testing
We collect all sorts of data from your users to iterate on the product/service and the UI/UX. This includes general analytics (# of views, locations, return visits, and bounce rates), heatmaps (where your users spend the most time on pages), page funnels (the order of pages that your users visit), and much more. We will also set up A/B tests to see if certain designs or content translates into higher conversation rates and to continue to maximize the return on each of your pages.