Working together since 2001, when IE6 had just been released, we have vast experience and a true passion for the Web. This is what we dreamt of doing since childhood.
The Web doesn't stop for a moment, and it's easier to keep up than to catch up. We are constantly learning and expanding our knowledge and capabilities.
Our workflow checklists help everyone consider the edge cases and details from the get-go. In the end, our clients keep getting confused whether they look at specs or the working thing.
We believe in communication and close collaboration throughout a project's life. Awesome Web experiences are not created in assembly lines, but through discussions and team work.
We're co-founders of Varsaty, the player development platform for youth sports teams.
We built Varsaty from the ground up and we're responsible for the whole technology stack - Front End, Back End & DevOps.View Project
The AppCoin platform enables communities to run their own currencies and markets.
We conducted researches and achieved major performance improvements, on top of creating and implementing various features for Mobile, Web and PhoneGap in collaboration with the AppCoin engineering team.View Project
Any.do is an award winning task app, known for its clean & easy-to-use interface.
We were responsible for the Chrome Extension, including a unique Gmail integration, as well as the Chrome App, website, and the foundation of Any.do 3 for Web.View Project
Would you like to install our SilverLight plugin? Just kidding, we're fans of the Open Web and use the latest standards to build future-thinking apps.
We create responsive websites and mobile Web Apps that are not only useful but enjoyable on any device. It's exciting to build interfaces users carry around in their pockets, let alone on their home-screens.
The Apps we've built are being used daily by millions of users around the world. We understand the challenges in security, architecture and maintainability of large applications, and are confident in our ability to tackle them.
We can handle most tech stacks; throwing around every buzz word and hip framework in the book is a waste of time, as we adapt and learn the best tools for the job at hand.