We build apps!

We are really good at this.

We know
our stuff

We feel very strong about our skills when it comes to planning, designing and coding web & mobile applications.

And most of all, we know how to manage the whole process using modern agile tools, direct communication and full transparency. Here is what we love to do!

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Web & mobile development

Plan, develop and test high-quality applications using Ruby on Rails, JavaScript frameworks and native mobile languages.

UX/UI design

Sketch information architecture and simple mock-ups, convert them into clickable prototypes and finish with usable interface designs.

Business & Product concept

Analyse business and product concepts at Start-up Workshops or Ongoing Projects’ Audits and prepare a viable and sensible product roadmap for achieving a perfect market fit.

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Clients
trust us

Clients trust us

For almost 10 years we have built over 100 custom web and mobile applications (SaaS, e-commerce, booking platforms, CRMs, business applications) for start-ups, enterprises and non-profit organizations.

SAAS PLATFORM FOR TOUR OPERATORS

  • Warsaw, Poland
  • BRANDING, WIREFRAMING, UX, INTERFACE, DEVELOPMENT,

Online system for organising trips and sales support in tourism

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INTERACTIVE PHOTO GALLERY

  • Warsaw, Poland
  • WIREFRAMING, UX, WEBDESIGN, INTERFACE, DEVELOPMENT,

PHOTO section of National Geographic Poland website.

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PLATFORM FOR EVENT ORGANIZERS

  • USA
  • WIREFRAMING, UX, WEBDESIGN, INTERFACE, DEVELOPMENT,

Platform that allows people to connect with businesses that are willing to endorse their event in exchange for advertising

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PLATFORM FOR STREET FOOD VENDORS

  • Berlin, Germany
  • BRANDING, WIREFRAMING, UX, INTERFACE, DEVELOPMENT,

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ECOMMERCE

  • Warsaw, Poland
  • SPREE COMMERCE, DEVELOPMENT, INTERFACE,

Creating an e-commerce system for a renown clothing company.

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Magello cover
National geo
Endorevent cover
Streatup case
Chrum

Meet our crew

Our clients say that we are really nice

Sakir Temel

CTO

Engineer who likes to invent. Determined and passionate - IoT Enthusiastic.

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Michał Piórkowski

CEO

Former psychology and economics student. Passionate for amazing work culture and creating great products. Loves music.

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Marcin Stachyra

Senior PM

Project Manager challenging the Clients to make the right software. Spare time guitar player. Knows how to flight the kite.

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Rafał Maliszewski

Senior Business Developer

Business Development manager with MSc. in Astrophysics, freezing Open Water Swimmer and cybernetics freak

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Bartek Bednarski

Senior Graphic Designer

UX/UI designer with ability to choke you or broke your arm - he’s a Brasilian Jiu Jitsu enthusiast.

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Sakir Temel
Michał Piórkowski
Marcin Stachyra
Rafał Maliszewski
Bartek Bednarski

We work globally

NYC, Berlin, Dubai, Singapore, Warsaw, Stockholm, and more...

Check our latest blog posts

13 February 2018 15:59
Each day when we get up we come across dozens or even hundreds of products, services or brands which compete against each other for our attention. When we just open our eyes we are bombarded with company logotypes, colourful and beautiful packages or sophisticated shapes. Very often we even don’t realize how many commercial stimuli come act on us. Think – how many logotypes can you notice just after getting up? A logo on a toothpaste, toothbrush, shower gel, shampoo, hair dryer, t-shirt...and this is only the beginning!
22 December 2017 12:56
As we're approaching the end of the year 2017, we may think about an upcoming year. Many of us will look back on the current year and think about all the things they wanted to do, but never managed to. Than some of us will label this as "New Year's resolutions" and will plan to fulfil them in 2018. We look at them with hope and determination. Most of them will never be done anyway or will be abandoned shortly, because thinking about a task and writing it down is usually not enough. We encounter similar situation in software development, when we impulsively add a new task to the scope as a #TODO.