We are hyper focused on building great products and
cultivating long-term relationships.
We've built enterprise health data applications, fintech applications, real estate sites, startup MVPs, custom websites and content management systems and applications for political campaigns. We've worked with all sizes and scales of teams — from Fortune 500 companies and design agencies to startups with tiny teams. We enjoy being involved in all phases of the product cycle — from concept and design, team building and feature development, to launch, support and maintenance.
We want long term relationships with our clients and love playing a role in your company's success.
Conor Hunt is a software developer with over 20 years of experience designing and building software at all levels of the software stack. He has worked as CTO and Lead Developer for several startups, including StreetEasy, the most successful real estate site in NYC, and Boxcar.io, the leading push notifications application for the iPhone. For the last ten years he has specialized in Ruby on Rails and mobile app development. In his spare time he enjoys working on arduino projects with his kids.
Jeff Boulet is a designer with over 20 years of experience designing and building user interfaces. He worked as a creative director in NYC where he worked with ESPN, Estee Lauder and LinkedIn. He was the lead designer on Boxcar.io, the leading push notification app for iPhone. When he's not pushing pixels, he's with his son and wife playing near the ocean or riding bikes.
Scott is a senior software engineer and prolific open source hacker. He met Conor and Jeff while working for a software consultancy in New York City where he built and maintained several high traffic Rails applications and worked on iOS applications. After NYC he joined Erly, an innovative social platform acquired by Airtime in the Bay Area. Scott holds his BA in Classics and Comparative Literature from St. John's College in Annapolis, MD. He also holds the record for the fastest and loudest typist anywhere - noise canceling headphones be damned.