“Oops” is what happens when engineers work in isolation to build features. Each feature is competently designed and functional — but doesn’t necessarily work well as a cohesive whole.
A device built like this might have the features that customers were asking for and investors were promised, but it doesn’t provide for that seamless user experience necessary to succeed in the market.
We’re a Partner
We know we’ve only succeeded when our clients impress their investors. Our work isn’t about flash — it’s about solid foundations, readable code, good long-term decisions, and capital spent on just the right portions of the project.
We are an engineering partner. That means that we help you think hard about the challenges you face. Our clients tend to be nimble, ready to move as their understanding of product-market fit changes over time. If you’re like them, you’ll appreciate our ability to adjust with you and you'll be thankful that we made the right choices from the beginning. We’ve spent our lifetimes solving complex problems. We can apply the lessons we’ve learned to your situation.
We are an intentionally small team of excellent engineers (plus Dean, the only one that isn't an engineer). Every one of us is listed here: