We turn ideas into viable products using web, cloud & mobile technologies.

Starting a new business or product brings many challenges. Having the right team from day one is vital. Our experts have a track record of designing, building and shipping digital products. Think of us as your CTO, product manager and dev team – as a starter package.

We successfully launched projects with both small and large companies:

What working with us looks like.

Our first date

Like in the beginning of any lasting relationship, we'll get to know each other over coffee and cake. You describe your idea — we tell you how we work.

The start of our relationship

Things are getting serious. Together we stake out the scope of your product and discuss a budget as well as a time frame. If you're in, the hard work starts right now.

Working out the details

Let's dive right in. Who are your users and what are their needs? What is the essence of your product and what is just bells and whistles? We leave no stone unturned.

Prototyping & backtesting

We grab the idea and take it on a wild ride, prototyping workflows, crafting mockups and backtesting our assumptions until we're confident that we got it right.

Face & identity

Fine feathers make fine birds. Our motivation is to provide users with a beautiful interface that gets out of their way and leads to an engaging user experience. If your product is relevant to a public audience, we'll give it a distinct identity, too.

Programming: Our A-game

From servers to databases to actual code – this is what we live for. Some ideas call for cutting edge technology, some for long-proven tools. We make the right choices.

The curtain rises

Time to go live. We take care of the technical infrastructure and discuss your needs for scalability and speed and select the appropriate services to make sure your site is always running smoothly.

Delivering happiness

You're on your way now, and we're by your side. We want you to be happy with the product long after it has been deployed. So if anything goes wrong, help is always just one call away.

Just say hi!