Raleigh design, Ember, and Elixir development studio
We opened our Raleigh studio in 2013. You can find us eating mac and cheese at Poole’s, drinking horchata at Centro, or scoping out the produce at the State Farmer’s Market. We love the fast-growing tech scene here, the small-town feel, and living in the best city in the country for raising a family.
Build something great with us in the City of Oaks
An ideal project for us is one where where our client cares about their users’ jobs to be done. We can help you get your first product off the ground. Or, we can work on new releases, internal tools, or re-write sub-systems.
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Meet the Raleigh team
David grew up in the 90s in Atlanta, GA during the age of AOL’s iconic “Welcome!” sound, Warcraft II, Prince of Persia, and dial-up. He was exposed to 286 computers with orange DOS prompts by his parents, a mechanical engineer and telecom engineer. During high school and after making an AOL program that colorized text for chatrooms, David decided that making applications was his favorite thing to do; that it blended the right amount of leadership, design, building, and cultural evolution. Lately, he’s been fascinated with Elixir and Phoenix, NativeScript, and the fact that his 3 large dogs are too crazy for their own good.
Jason leads our Raleigh web development team. He loves building tools that help organizations get their jobs done more efficiently. Recently he's become obsessed with Elixir, Elm and all things functional.
Emily leads our Raleigh office. She brings user-centered design thinking and creative energy to business development, user experience, research, product design, art direction, branding, and content strategy, all towards the mission of helping organizations make a positive impact. When not strategizing, Emily loves spending time with her philosopher husband, two kids, and her cat, Percy.
Christian leads our Raleigh design team. He enjoys designing and building good products for good people, and believes that we can use design as a tool to take better care of our users. When not designing, Christian enjoys backpacking in the Blue Ridge, playing board games, and geeking out about coffee.