We don’t see ourselves as a traditional agency, nor a startup. “Hacking” is not a word we’d use to describe how we approach a project. We see ourselves as being more like a family restaurant. We care about the work and our clients. No award or check could ever compare to the gratitude we feel when we have a client come back in for another project, knowing that we’re going to give them just what they came for. Happy clients and good relationships are our only measures of success.
We employ human developers. They think and speak like regular people, just more creatively. We make sure our whole team is focused on understanding and solving problems rather than simply following orders. It wouldn’t be much fun otherwise. And keeping our talented developers happy is as important to us as keeping our clients happy.
All of our developers are US-based, and can communicate thoughtfully and pragmatically, participating in brainstorm sessions and problem solving. We’ll be honest; some of them are a little weird. But it’s always the good kind of weird, that leads to solving problems in ways “normal” people couldn’t have thought of.