Taking an early stage idea to a finished product requires an awareness of your goals, user needs, and the technology to deliver it. We can help you make that journey through a strong user focus, prototyping to discover needs and identify value, then translating that to a finished product.
Our development experience covers a wide range of modern platforms and technologies. End to end platforms consisting of backend server, middleware API and frontend via web, mobile apps or Internet of Things devices. In addition to carrying out the full development ourselves, we can act as development partners with several clients in order to compliment their skills with our own.
Realising the full potential of your digital infrastructure can deliver a step change in the effectiveness of your organisation. Doing so relies on developing skills just as much as building new technology. We can help build the capacity of your teams through training and workshop activities. We also facilitate conversations around opening up digital infrastructure and datasets where input is needed both in and outside your organisation.
We can help run workshops and events to make sure you are putting in place the right digital infrastructure for your community. All the members of our team have experience running community and public facing events. We find that ‘building with not for’, is a highly effective way to ensure products are not only fit for purpose, but address real needs.
In order for data to be of relevance to a wider audience it needs to be brought to life beyond columns of facts and figures. The best way to do this is to tell a story through the data by illustrating it, and where possible furthering this with interaction.
Open Data is the digital infrastructure that can make your organisation more effective. The production and use of open data is at the heart of many projects we are involved with. Taking an open approach helps us to make software products that are interoperable, powerful, and likely to last. We’re not limited to projects involving open data, but where appropriate, the openness of data is a primary consideration.