Traditionally, building brands or products means months of endless meetings and discussions. Along the way focus and enthusiasm is lost.
We avoid these problems by using a radically new approach called the design sprint.
It compresses potentially months of work into a few days. No more gobshite but straightforward awesomeness!
Think you have a good idea? Brilliant! We love good ideas! However. Chances are your idea is based on assumptions. If you don’t validate your idea before investing boatloads of money into building it, you are very likely making a costly mistake.
Selecting a contractor to build a product without a detailed plan based on your assumptions is a bad idea. It’s like building a house without an architect.
If the contractor and the architect are the same company, you might be bamboozled by a sales rep or a consultant. They’ll often propose a solution that will benefit them more than you. It could already go wrong twice before you even get started.
As architects, we’ll sprint the plan and help you select the right contractor for the job. We’ll make sure they stick to the plan. No more fairytales!
This is how we roll.
The era of monolithic all-in-one applications is over. Custom development allows you to connect best in class specialized software that keeps you ahead of the competition.
Brand Design Sprints for mapping a strategy around the core values of your business. Purposeful marketing that drives customers to buy your products and remain loyal.
“Catalyze trade with technology” is the core of how we approach e-commerce. Sylius is an open source framework at the heart of this strategy.
User Experience and User Interface Design. Responsive landing pages, webshops and web apps, starting from the needs of the business and its users.
Building a detailed plan on brand values and customer expectations that minimizes financial or business risk. Tangible ideas and tested concepts in record time.
4-day process to answer critical business questions before investing boatloads of money into building a product. Compress months of work into a single week.