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Low Code Web Applications
for Digital Transformation

We work with a low-code approach to allow companies to automate and optimize their manual processes and workflows to be able to scale and grow their businesses.

OUR APPROACH

Fast track Digital Transformation with Low Code

Digital transformation doesn't have to be this grand project where everything in the organization is brought to a standstill for it to succeed. Using the power of Low Code, we implement digital transformation from the bottom up, optimizing and automating your workflow and allowing your business to grow and scale.

We design and build better experiences

With Low Code, we combine technologies and methodologies to give your users and your team the best possible digital experience. Low Code helps us do away with countless hours of engineering, allowing us to focus on improving the web application experience.

We help you increase your revenue and growth

Saving you money as you go to market is just the beginning. By staying efficient and innovating rapidly, we help you keep up with heavy customer demands  and set the pace for your competition.

We launch Web Applications much faster

We use Low Code to launch products much faster by way of less development time and more efficient use of resources. With the power of Low Code and our processes, we achieve the same results as a full-coded application in a third of the time.

Companies that don’t implement innovative practices will slowly lose market share as they fall behind in both innovation and operational excellence.

SOLUTIONS

What can we build with Low Code?

While Low Code is universally impactful for all company sizes and types, certain businesses get the most out of using it

Enterprise

Enterprise companies, while many have a ton of resources and time built into their sprint cycles, have large milestones to hit and could benefit from the agility of a Low Code approach. Many of these companies struggle with speed to market given the natural constraints of large organizations. A typical process looks like this: a department  submits a request to IT to make a change, pull a report, or launch a product and then are forced to wait for results, while the IT department is simultaneously getting inundated with more and more requests.

1. Be able to innovate near startup-speed

Low Code enables enterprise companies to launch MVPs and fully featured products much faster than traditional development. By launching quickly and iterating rapidly, enterprise companies can compete with startups who are using minimal technologies/frameworks and whose feedback loops are constantly running.

2. Digital Transformation: Create tools for your internal processes

Low Code works well for external applications as well as internal tools. Expertly designed internal tools enable organizations of all sizes to reduce bottlenecks, increase collaboration and just get more stuff done.  Low Code is perfect for building simple yet effective internal applications that will enable you to get more out of your team.

3. Rapidly test new markets, products and overall business ideas

Best of all, Low Code enables your organization to run experiments quickly and safely, without spending a whole quarter or fiscal year seeing if something works. With shorter sprint cycles and less technical debt, Low Code is your team’s secret weapon in validating an idea, a market or a business segment at high speed, low cost. 

Series A and Beyond Startups

Startups are another great use case for Low Code. While you may have some traction in the market, there’s no question you’re strapped for resources. Whether you’re short on engineers, tools, time, or all three, Low Code can help you get more out of what you have. Low Code allows you to maximize your resources while simultaneously staying lean and productive.

1. Rapidly test new markets, products and business models 

As a budding startup, you likely have traction or interest from a couple user types or markets, but aren’t sure which direction to commit to. Low Code helps you and your team decide where to focus by enabling you to ship early and often. Don’t waste your team’s precious time and energy chasing down a potential pivot if the product-market fit isn’t there. Use Low Code to test and retest where to start allocating your resources.

2. Build custom solutions for power users and high value customers

If you’re lucky, you probably have a few early adopters who really love your product. And as they continue using it, they’ll likely have one-off requests or solutions they think would be beneficial for your company to build. Simultaneously satisfy that customer and test those features with Low Code. Build custom solutions - even if you never productize them for anyone else - rapidly and with low consequence by creating with Low Code.

Early Stage Startups

Seed stage and earlier startups are another great candidate for Low Code. As a founder, you likely have a healthy skepticism of your idea, but have a deep instinct it’s worth trying. Leverage Low Code to test your idea without spending a ton of your precious resources and make changes quickly as initial feedback comes in.  Pre-traction, pre-funding, and pre-certainty, Low Code enables you to get your idea out there as fast as possible while maintaining flexibility in case of the inevitable pivot.

1. Quickly launch your MVP while being able to iterate and adapt faster

If you’re a solo founder or small team, you want to gain users as soon as possible, ideally before you even have  a real product. Use Low Code to get a prototype out there and test for interest, create buzz, or inform initial product development.

2. Focus on a better experience and increasing engagement

At the beginning, the experience is everything. “Does it work and do I enjoy using it?” Are user questions you want to answer as early and as strongly as possible. Use Low Code to your advantage - get the user experience right without building too much of a code base.

3. Save time and money that would have been spent on hard tech

As a small startup you’re likely trying to build a product and a real business simultaneously. Build a lightweight product using Low Code and generate the user base and initial revenues now in order to invest in hard code and heavier technologies down the road.

Enterprise

Enterprise companies, while many have a ton of resources and time built into their sprint cycles, have large milestones to hit and could benefit from the agility of a Low Code approach. Many of these companies struggle with speed to market given the natural constraints of large organizations. A typical process looks like this: a department  submits a request to IT to make a change, pull a report, or launch a product and then are forced to wait for results, while the IT department is simultaneously getting inundated with more and more requests.

1. Be able to innovate near startup-speed

Low Code enables enterprise companies to launch MVPs and fully featured products much faster than traditional development. By launching quickly and iterating rapidly, enterprise companies can compete with startups who are using minimal technologies/frameworks and whose feedback loops are constantly running.

2. Digital Transformation: Create tools for your internal processes

Low Code works well for external applications as well as internal tools. Expertly designed internal tools enable organizations of all sizes to reduce bottlenecks, increase collaboration and just get more stuff done.  Low Code is perfect for building simple yet effective internal applications that will enable you to get more out of your team.

3. Rapidly test new markets, products and overall business ideas

Best of all, Low Code enables your organization to run experiments quickly and safely, without spending a whole quarter or fiscal year seeing if something works. With shorter sprint cycles and less technical debt, Low Code is your team’s secret weapon in validating an idea, a market or a business segment at high speed, low cost. 

Series A and Beyond Startups

Startups are another great use case for Low Code. While you may have some traction in the market, there’s no question you’re strapped for resources. Whether you’re short on engineers, tools, time, or all three, Low Code can help you get more out of what you have. Low Code allows you to maximize your resources while simultaneously staying lean and productive.

1. Rapidly test new markets, products and business models 

As a budding startup, you likely have traction or interest from a couple user types or markets, but aren’t sure which direction to commit to. Low Code helps you and your team decide where to focus by enabling you to ship early and often. Don’t waste your team’s precious time and energy chasing down a potential pivot if the product-market fit isn’t there. Use Low Code to test and retest where to start allocating your resources.

2. Build custom solutions for power users and high value customers

If you’re lucky, you probably have a few early adopters who really love your product. And as they continue using it, they’ll likely have one-off requests or solutions they think would be beneficial for your company to build. Simultaneously satisfy that customer and test those features with Low Code. Build custom solutions - even if you never productize them for anyone else - rapidly and with low consequence by creating with Low Code.

Early Stage Startups

Seed stage and earlier startups are another great candidate for Low Code. As a founder, you likely have a healthy skepticism of your idea, but have a deep instinct it’s worth trying. Leverage Low Code to test your idea without spending a ton of your precious resources and make changes quickly as initial feedback comes in.  Pre-traction, pre-funding, and pre-certainty, Low Code enables you to get your idea out there as fast as possible while maintaining flexibility in case of the inevitable pivot.

1. Quickly launch your MVP while being able to iterate and adapt faster

If you’re a solo founder or small team, you want to gain users as soon as possible, ideally before you even have  a real product. Use Low Code to get a prototype out there and test for interest, create buzz, or inform initial product development.

2. Focus on a better experience and increasing engagement

At the beginning, the experience is everything. “Does it work and do I enjoy using it?” Are user questions you want to answer as early and as strongly as possible. Use Low Code to your advantage - get the user experience right without building too much of a code base.

3. Save time and money that would have been spent on hard tech

As a small startup you’re likely trying to build a product and a real business simultaneously. Build a lightweight product using Low Code and generate the user base and initial revenues now in order to invest in hard code and heavier technologies down the road.

Resources

Deep dive into Low Code

We’ve created an ebook so you can deep dive into
Low Code, what it is and how to get the most out of it.

Product

Design

PRODUCT DESIGN

We plan and design meaningful experiences, creating products people fall in love with.

Digital Strategy

We start each new web application with an in‑depth discovery stage, where we immerse ourselves in your business to understand your goals and uncover the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead. Talk to us and we'll create a master plan (aka brief) aligned with your goals.

Product Consulting

For existing products, we take a deep dive into your product and review your goals to find what we can improve. We also devise ways to help your business discover quick wins and reexamine your web application to unlock opportunities for improvement. With our knowledge of user onboarding, product-led growth, jobs-to-be-done, and growth hacking, we can help you meet your business goals and beyond.

UI/UX Design

Design is not only about how things look and work. It's also about how users perceive it. Most of all, design is about the value your product brings to their personal and/or work life. As a web agency, we leverage User Experience and User Interface Design to help you engage your customers better and boost your conversions.

Design Systems

As the world of design continues to evolve, more and more companies are realizing how instrumental design systems can be in creating consistent, powerful user experiences. We’re pretty serious about making digital experiences radically better. In the face of big projects, design systems are your best tools to scale your services seamlessly.

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Product Consulting
UI/UX Design
Design Systems
Digital Strategy
Digital Strategy
We start each new web application with an in‑depth discovery stage, where we immerse ourselves in your business to understand your goals and uncover the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead. Talk to us and we'll create a master plan (aka brief) aligned with your goals.
Product Consulting
UI/UX Design
Design Systems

OUR STACK & STANDARDS

We pride ourselves on embracing the latest technologies and deeply care about standards and processes.

We’ve lived and breathed low code for almost ten years, and some great solutions that we use for our clients (as well as internally) feature combinations of Webflow, Zapier, and Airtable, all with a set of our own libraries, tools and custom code created for each particular solution.