YOUR VISION

Vision without actions are simply ideas. We live the dream and have brought many visions – however, big, small or outlandish – to reality.

We were featured by Google for the launch of its Tango and ARCore Augmented Reality Technology.

With over 20 years of software development experience, we have found that it starts with listening to you, to help you determine the efficacy of your ideas and to take actions.

YOUR VENTURE

The venture starts with the first step. We have honed the process and have taken many projects from a simple idea to winning awards in the market.

We took Reader Bee from a concept to winning 13 awards, including Parent’s Choice Award, Family Choice Award, Brain Child, and Dr. Toy’s.

Our work has gained many industry recognitions and awards, including Apple Featured "Best New App", Dr. Toy 10 Best Tech, Parents Choice Gold, IAC Internet Ad Award to Google featured Augmented Reality launch title.

YOUR PARTNER

The need before the implementation. We are focused on your success and strive to understand and align with the needs, before the technology.

We revamp PlayStation.com web infrastructure to support millions of avid gamers, thousands of game titles, becoming a destination with billions of views.

We are pioneers in software and trusted by the world’s biggest brands from Fortune 500 (Sony, Google) to rockstars (Black Eyed Peas) to startups (ReaderBee, AlphaModa).

Our Approach Is Simple

We subscribe to the lean startup methodology to get the desired solution cheaper and faster, while committing to an innovation process that iteratively test, build, and improve solutions from idea to prototype to launch.

Idea

Validate your ideas: do they solve a pain point, would people want your solution.
Determine usability: how would people use it, what value would they derive it.
Create feasibility plan: how should the solution be built, what are the technologies, milestones, and budget.

Prototype

A well-known 80:20 rule is that 80% of users use only 20% of features. We stress focusing on the 20% features in the prototype, so that you can test the solution sooner than later with a lower budget. Before we begin prototype development, we emphasize the importance of having an intuitive user experience and sound technical architecture.

Launch

Test the assumptions with early adopter in the prototype phase, such as how are the features used, what are the problems are the users facing, what are they asking for... Learn from them, fine-tune the solution for a launch to a larger audience in the market.

Iterate

The next phase is to build a sustainable business, not only to maintain what you’ve built, but also to continue the innovation, to learn, to grow, to acquire new users and to better support existing ones.