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Whether it’s front-end, back-end, server setups, deployments, content management systems, mobile web development, general web development, site speed optimization, or site internationalization — we have the skills to deliver exactly what you need.
Our simple formula for Building the Impossible = Elite Engineering + Focused PM & Communications
Built as an iPad application developed to track Audi’s inventory and sales, our team engineered a product described as a “game changer” that went above and beyond client expectations.
With just a couple of taps and swipes, comprehensive high-level data related to inventory and sales operations across the United States is viewable on maps or lists, to be filtered and analyzed.
Updating in real time, the application can show everything from the location of a car in transit between two dealerships to the progress of a specific dealership’s sales goals - truly an all-encompassing “game changer.”
Founded in 2012, Namely has taken the HR world by storm, already claiming over 500 clients, 100,000 users, and raising $107.8 million in funding.
In 2016, DarwinApps teamed up with Namely to help them move to the next level by rebuilding their entire desktop and mobile sites, in the process moving them from Squarespace to Contentful to better serve their needs.
Our team now serves as the web engineering team for all of their marketing and design efforts. We also manage their mobile, desktop, publishing, and server environments, so that they can focus on what they do best — saving the world of HR.
The highly interactive experience for the site’s visitors transcends a typical website, presenting complex graphic displays, data visualizations and animations that flow seamlessly across all pages.
In addition to engineering an attractive and animated site, DarwinApps developed a custom search and filter function, allowing users to easily filter articles by industry or type.
Our team engineered and designed Meltwater’s web and mobile sites, collaborating to create functionality enabling them to reach their customers with their in-depth instantaneous analysis and breakdowns of millions of media impressions across the web.
Continuing our engagement after the sites’ active rollouts, we now serve as Meltwater’s de facto web engineering team, serving all of their marketing and design team’s engineering needs — everything from creating one-off plugins to staging the security of all of their website environments, both domestically and internationally.
This engagement has further resulted in our development and management of Meltwater’s international sites, providing for Meltwater geographically-aware iterations of their website for ease of ongoing global market expansion.
We engineered a visualized “social-mention battlefield” for fans of opposing teams at select NFL games and weekly throughout the entire 2013 college football season.
Displayed in the interactive AT&T FanZone at stadiums across the country, the real-time social scoreboard merged Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram mentions, interpreting immense traffic spikes while displaying live statistics, scores, and mentions.
Our engineering team built the application and managed its performance, partnering with iStrategyLabs and AT&T for design.
We designed and engineered a geographically-aware site with a unique CMS that protects Seagate’s blog environment from even the rarest of WordPress hacks.
The new design and WordPress build were deployed using a two-stage server configuration that provided an additional layer of security not found in your typical WordPress builds.
The result was a seamless experience across desktop and mobile that allows content to be published anywhere in the world, viewed and displayed in the appropriate language, with the confidence of a custom-built secure but familiar WordPress environment.