We make websites, web-apps and widgets, but really, we use web technologies to make your business better.
All our projects start with a conversation and a cup of thinking-strength coffee. With written briefs it's possible to take essential points so much for granted that they are never described. Developers and designers risk making assumptions based on past projects. If we're going to be any use to you, we need to understand exactly what you're trying to do.
Once we have a list of what needs to be done, it's important to set and regularly reassess priorities using collaborative tools. Often ideas that seem vital at the start of a project prove unnecessary by the end. A pragmatic approach to what needs to be done and when means avoiding wasted effort (and budget).
Sometimes an idea can be tested without having to build anything in code. From paper sketches and Post-its to spreadsheets, to even more coffee and conversation – good design relies on us exploring every possibility.
When you make things out of code, the quicker it exists as code, the quicker you can spot the problems and solve them. We deploy our work-in-progress to test sites so you can load it up on every device you own. We don't aim for a big reveal - it's more important to us that your site works as it should, where it should.
The web is always evolving and websites need to be nurtured, fed and updated to stay fresh and relevant, and serve your business in the best way possible. We know how hard it is to run a business – and your website is often the first thing to suffer. We help clients to keep their sites live and alive with a regular review of the code and the content to make sure your website is working for you, not the other way round.