Let's face it. We'll never see the beautiful designs those wonderful designers create without the help of someone with flawless development skills to make them come alive. No matter your platform, we've got developers who can help make your digital projects truly work. Here are the most common development jobs we fulfill:
In Iron Chef terms, you are the secret ingredient for creating engaging online Flash properties. You integrate animation and ActionScript to make designs come to life. You're up on super nerdy stuff like current web standards and back-end database integration, so you can deliver on the promise of an awesome user experience.
Flex Developers are the special agents who take Flash to the next level. Using Flex to create rich client-side applications that utilize the standard Flash player, these developers tie exciting user interfaces to even more exciting client data. The result? Quick data access that makes clients happy.
Front End Developers are just like the Wizard of Oz: hanging out behind the curtain and utilizing the latest web development standards and solid hands-on technical skills to create sites that function properly across a variety of browsers and platforms. They share a brain with Quality Control to ensure flawless execution.
These mobile masters make a tiny icon on a tiny screen turn into a full-blown, 3D IMAX-quality interactive experience for mobile users. They understand the complex requirements of developing for a wide variety of platforms and screen sizes to make sure end users have an exceptional experience with their favorite mobile apps.
Mobile is a world unto itself, and our game-changing Mobile Site Developers are acutely aware of what tech is possible (and upcoming) in this increasingly crucial space. They're also on top of the differences between various browsers, platforms and devices - and use that knowledge to deliver a consistent user experience across all formats.
User Interface (UI) Developers really understand the mechanics of delivering creative concepts that appeal to users. They build interfaces that allow users to access back-end data in a way that’s fast, functional and fun (well, hopefully fun).