We've had the privilege of helping these great companies sleep easily

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  • Big10
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  • Sec
  • Insight
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0 How we do it


Phase Zero

strategy & layout

Our process starts with Phase Zero, a session that involves a one to two day, face-to-face client meeting to review the precise features that the project will have at its completion.



mockups & user stories

At the same time, we generate mockups and user stories for each page in the application. Doing this in-person with the client at the beginning of each project helps us guarantee that we have a firm, shared vision of the project to move forward.



minimum viable product

From this initial vision, we build the simplest thing that will work, using test-driven development. This allows us to put a working, albeit incomplete, product into the customer's hands in the earliest feasible timeline.



hand-in-hand with the customer

At this point, we work alongside the customer to move the application from “a thing that works” to a product they love. Getting this right requires a period of near-constant contact.


Ship It

deploy & manage

Now we get the current version of the product out the door and in the hands of the end-users. As soon as users are involved, we can work with the client to not only build the product the client planned, but also the product and experience that their end-users desire.



add features

Web software is a living, breathing creature. Metaphorically, of course. You want to add and refine features to gain customers and keep them happy. We aim to keep a tight feedback loop between shipping software and adding features.