Diverse teams make better products.
Small, T-shaped Teams
We work in cross-functional teams of designers, developers, and DevOps engineers. You benefit from established team efficiency and harmony on day one, without ramp-up cost.
Your value to your users is only as good as their experience of your product. Perception of quality can be won or lost quickly upon first impression.
We are passionate about user experience and bring “full-stack” design to the table. We follow a design-led iterative process to make things beautiful, functional, and optimized to meet users’ needs. Working in small, diverse teams means design intention is continuously shared, minimizing waste and getting your product to market quickly.
- User research
- Information architecture
- Interaction Design
- Data visualization
- Visual design
- Conversation design
We have a long history of developing responsive web, client-side, and mobile applications. We love working with Elixir, Rails, Node, Ember, and React; however, our expertise is not restricted to those technologies. We consistently invest time in testing new technologies, languages, and processes. We are systems thinkers and understand how to operationalize our work. We are dedicated students of lean-agile development processes, and are fluent in AWS and Azure cloud services.
- Elixir, Rails, Node, Ember, and React development
- Software architecture
- AWS and Azure DevOps
- Lean-agile software development training & transformations
We have experience complementing traditional screen-based interfaces with conversational ones. The way we interact with systems is evolving and we are investing in these new paradigms. We have a track record of building Slack bots and message-based interfaces for great products. We also know how to build voice-driven and hybrid voice + screen interfaces.
Roughly one-third of our business is health technology. We have a record of launching successful health tech products that people actually enjoy. We love working with large companies, such as McKesson, and small startups. The products we helped define, design, and develop are used by Target, Osco Drug, US Oncology, and the Boston University School of Medicine.
We are deeply involved with the health tech community and co-organize the Boston FHIR® Meetup. We know health tech interoperability and how to operationalize products that use protected health information (PHI) safely in cloud-based infrastructure.
Fixing our healthcare system will take the effort of many; we are honored and excited to be part of the solution.