Technology projects don't happen in a void, it could be that you're looking to take advantage of a business opportunity, add new functionality to back-office systems, or just fix bugs in existing software.
Whatever the motivation it's important that the project deliver a sound return on investment; we get there by scoping out projects in partnership, to make sure you're not paying for features that aren't adding that value.
You'll be working with the same developer to scope, build, and review the project, this makes it super quick to discuss new features, update timelines, and get costings for that next big project.
To keep things moving smoothly, everything is run through Basecamp, an online project management system. That way, you always know where to find the latest update, search for past messages, or find copies of contracts and images.
Over the last few years these kind folks have been part of numerous projects, some of them you may recognise, other's will be probably be new — they were all a pleasure to work with:
"An outstanding job. The project turned out great!"
— Mitch Colleran, Eventbrite
"Genius. And I'll stand by that."
— Christian Ross, Eight90 Designs
"Hoping for the opportunity to work together again soon."
— Mark Graybill, Ephipheo
"You've been such a pleasure to work with, I will certainly recommend you to anyone I know needing assistance!"
— Beth Nowark, Giving Families
Interested in the specifics of development and hosting? Here's the toolchain, soup to nuts:
Take a look at a few projects from years gone by, there's plenty more that aren't on show, both web and iOS, in fact, there's 100+ projects that aren't listed, with more being worked on every day.
Every project begins life as an email; email@example.com. I'd love to hear from you whatever stage your project is at and whatever your budget, though as a general rule of thumb the minimum project value is $1000 or £600.