that believes in smart, rapid, iterative processes.
Efficient + Flexible
A limited number of stakeholders involved in each project enables us to eliminate friction and drag. Our developers take pride in and ownership over projects, ultimately creating a product that is better and delivered faster.
Innovative + Collaborative
You know your product best, and we find value in that, which is why we communicate and collaborate with our clients to make sure we find the right tech solution for your needs. If that technology doesn’t exist, we love creating and building out custom solutions.
Experienced + Focused
With over a decade of experience in web development, we know what matters most for each project and make sure you get what you need, when you need it.
Andrew Nealon Principal
Andrew has worked in technology management for over a decade, overseeing everything from web development to social media research to event logistics for brands like Coca-Cola, GM, and iHeartMedia. Before working in tech, Andrew was a journalist. Now living in Brooklyn with his wife and two cats, Andrew reads comics, listens to vinyl and plays a lot of games.
Jon Dewitt Engineer
Jon started coding as a hobby with HTML back in 1997 and grew into a full time WordPress-focused PHP developer by 2007. He has nearly a decade of experience building out dynamic, lead-generating, responsive websites. A native of San Diego, CA, he enjoys brewing, jiu jitsu and new outdoor experiences with his wife and dog.
Rene Rodriguez Engineer
Rene has been an administrator, engineer, developer, and director in his career spanning over 2 decades. He worked for the likes of Johnson and Johnson, Kaplan, Grey Advertising, Deutsche Bank, A & E Television Network, and The Walt Disney Company. Working on high end client work for the likes of Playboy, Absolut Vodka, Infinity, Marvel, and Star Wars. Rene is a full stack developer and a natural leader. He lives in Union City NJ with his dog where he enjoys music production and djing on his spare time, swimming, and photography.
Stefan Bohacek Engineer
Stefan is a full stack web developer with a focus on developing highly usable web apps. He has multiple years of development work experience and has been involved in several Mozilla projects as an open-source engineer. Originally from Slovakia, Stefan now lives in Brooklyn with his wife and son.
Mobile first. Responsive design is our default.
Today, if you don’t have a website that performs well on mobile devices, you might as well not have a website at all. We understand how important the mobile experience is, which is why we build out responsive design by default.
You have about 10 seconds to capture a visitor’s attention, which is why load times are always top of mind for our developers. User acquisition, conversion and search rankings are all affected by load times, which is why we are constantly optimizing and learning the cutting edge technology that will make your site as fast as possible.
Understanding when to develop a custom solution or use a third party tool is something that has become second nature to our developers. Your website’s performance is our number one priority, and we have the experience to know what tools to use, and when.
Giving the most avant-garde and eclectic radio station in America a face lift involves more than just a modern, responsive design. Throughout 2016, WFMU will rollout a network-wide overhaul that includes new web and mobile themes for WFMU.org, new interactive DJ and playlist tools, and new integration tools for their annual membership drives. Once the transition is complete, WFMU.org will be running on an entirely custom framework built for speed, ease of use and easy scaling.
Launching in 2016, Style 2.0 is a lifestyle and fashion brand for women looking to step into their second phase of life. The subscription-based platform was custom built to allow content to drive conversions. And while STyle 2.0 users are learning about fashion, thanks the the sites modern responsive design, they won’t run into problems understanding how STyle 2.0 works for them.
Launched in February of 2016, Bierbox is the first beer making kit subscription service. It is similar in model to companies like Birchbox, Blue Apron, or Dollar Shave Club. Not only does Bierbox provide a concrete product, it also is positioning itself as experts in making beer at home and is on a mission to help grow the amazing homebrewing communities across the country. The site is fully responsive and every photo and piece of content is editable via custom WordPress plugin integration. Bierbox also implements a full subscription and user management platform that leverages Stripe for payments and Mandrill for transactional email.
Killing two birds with one stone, Media Breaker Studios is a teaching tool that allows students to critique modern media by actually re-editing that content as they see fit. Imparting video editing skills and media literacy on any user, Media Breaker Studios is a fast, browser-based video editor, built to be used in classrooms and workshops, and the only HTML 5 video editing suite currently receiving updates on the Web.
At a previous job I was working on a project. During one of the scrums for the project the product manager and I butted heads over a feature. To me, the feature didn’t make sense for the project anymore even though it was defined at the outset. I asked straight out, “Why don’t we just […]