There's an art and science to building great digital products that scale. Be it a Minimum Viable Product that's just a proof of concept or an app developed to scale globally at launch. We're constantly experimenting with new technologies and ways of working to ensure we remain fearless generalists, able to humbly collaborate with all types of partners and to carefully choose the right technology frameworks for the task at hand.
We help startups test product ideas and business ventures by applying our fine tuned approach to prototyping, and build Minimum Viable Products and MVPs. Our methodology also enables large corporations to quickly execute on innovation initiatives by avoiding internal IT bottlenecks. With experience from almost a decade of developing new digital products, our tech leads are frequently invited to speak at events and coach inhouse development teams on the advantages of MVP thinking and the means of applying it to an agile development.
Native vs Hybrid? Single code base or split? React native or flutter? There are so many ways to develop a progressive web app or mobile app. Our senior teams in Stockholm help startups, service design firms and large corporations make the right technology decisions to ensure an effective app development process. Our developers have experience in iOS, Android and cross platform frameworks like React and we’re always experimenting with the latest technologies.
Our tech leads have created growth-driving digital products developed with hundreds of technology frameworks, and coached dozens of development teams into iterative prototyping workflows. Our technical due diligence begins with the scalability of the technology and architecture of the product. But our checklists and reports also review how the development teams operate and reveal how well the product’s tech leadership can scale as the product grows and matures.
Validating new product and business concepts is critical to ensuring speed to market and an efficient use of your initial capital investments. But many startups find that hiring and building an internal team takes months and slows down their ability to understand where product-market fit lies. Similarly, the more established development teams find they are often already too snowed under with business as usual backlogs to find time to test new ideas. The happy middle-ground is hiring an external team, already well-versed in working together and building prototypes, to test your ideas and iterate until you’re ready to build or burn it.