Whatever your business, sooner or later a one-size-fits-all product won't be enough. We take your unique problems and opportunities and craft a tool to suit you and your customers exactly. Whether you need an existing product extending, a new idea bringing to life or an existing offline service integrated into your website, we can help.
We invest a lot of time and effort into ensuring that we are up to date with current best-practices, and constantly question and improve our processes, tools and approaches in order to provide rock-solid software. Quality is at the heart of a successful software project, especially in the long-term.
Because we understand that your business can change rapidly, all of our custom solutions are covered by automated tests, the right amount of documentation and can be as modular as you need. Should your needs change down the line, you can be sure that the software we provide will be changeable as well.
/ Create /
Think you've got the next Facebook? We can help you turn your start-up ideas into reality. We offer advice and consultation in the early-life stages of a product to help you focus on your unique selling point and bring a minimum lovable product to market as quickly as possible.
/ Extend /
Sometimes an off-the-shelf solution just isn't quite right. Perhaps your business needs have shifted and the software you have doesn't quite provide the efficiency you require. Rather than throw away your investment, we can modify your existing application into something more suitable to your business today.
/ Integrate /
Increasingly, customers and staff expect real-time access to important data from anywhere. We can help provide secure access to offline data via the web, integrating in two directions for up-to-the-minute updates from any device, at any time.
Our Development Tools
With some solid tools to bring to bear on a problem we can craft a custom solution in no time. For the most part, we'll simply pick up and use the best tool for the job, but if you have an existing codebase you need us to work with, the below languages and technologies cover our core competencies. A single technology can cover a wealth of frameworks and ideas though, so if you don't see what you're looking for; it never hurts to ask us.
The overwhelming popularity of PHP is a huge testament to its flexibility and accessibility. The language of Wordpress, Drupal, Symfony 2, Laravel and a thousand others. Well written PHP is scalable, flexible, fast and can be run almost anywhere.
Conceived to be a programmer-friendly programming language, Ruby is often cited as a language which creates happy developers. At its core Ruby is a flexible development tool which allows for rapid development and so works well with Agile.
Originally a simple document format to allow for cross-linked multimedia articles, HTML has grown into a complex specification upon which the web was built. Now in it's (sort of) fifth implentation, HTML allows for expression of many concepts and medium. The bedrock of the internet, a solid knowledge of HTML is a must for online development.
It's CSS that tells the browser how HTML should appear to the end user. A surprisingly complex and quirky beast, CSS is the key to presenting your content and ideas beautifully. By keeping up to date with the ever-changing specifications, a designers imagination can be set free onto the web with very little overhead, whilst still supporting your entire client base.
Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It's a fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a dynamically typed, interpreted language.
Fully buzzword compliant
The shining light of application development, Agile is a mindset built around bringing an idea to life with as little friction as possible. By applying Agile principles to your project you can decrease time-to-market, increase productivity and decrease bugs. It really is that good.
Having a market-killing, cutting edge tool is only of use once you bring it to bear. The priniciples and tooling of continuous integration and continuous deployment allows you to minimise the time it takes to get working, tested features into your users hands, where it can work for you.
The web has escaped. No longer confined to your desktop PC the internet has expanded to fill all available spaces. Mobiles, tablets, TV's, fridges, cars and the venerable PC are now not even a complete list of the devices available. Will your content be available in these locations?