california app design company

We Design & Develop
Legendary Digital Products

What We Build

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Connected Devices

The IoT is changing how everyone interacts with everyday products. We are the people that are bringing the internet to those things. Our team has created seamless integrations between power meters, jewelry and even skateboards to web and mobile applications.

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Web & Mobile Apps

Whether we're building large, data-driven B2B web apps or simple and intuitive mobile apps, we take a user-centered approach to building products that provide value to users and businesses. We solve problems through clean and thoughtful design.

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Touchscreens & Kiosks

We've launched digital kiosks that transform in-person shopping experiences, designed interactive touchscreens for vending machines, and synced workout videos with gym equipment. Interactive, large displays bring the power of the internet to physical space.

Trusted By Renowned Brands

Impact Delivered

Saving supply chain managers hundreds of hours and generating 1000% client ROI

  • big data
  • product design
  • development
  • training
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A mobile app that engages gamers on and off the console

  • Strategy
  • mobile app design
  • prototyping
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Polished data visualization powered by big data and IoT

  • product design
  • development
  • IoT
  • big data
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Latest From the Blog

Cool Tricks with Animations Using requestAnimationFrame

If you've been following my never-ending adventures with light sensors (see here and here and here), you'll see that I have yet to make any cool things subscribe to my Websocket server. This post will be less about having the browser communicate with Websockets, and even less about light sensors, and more about some tricks that helped me when us...

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Establishing a Websocket PUBSUB server with Redis and Asyncio

Motivation If you've been following my never-ending quest for a light-sensor setup as detailed first in this post (set up a Raspberry Pi with Python 3.5) and then in this other post (make a light sensor with an Arduino and Raspberry Pi), you would know that I've only set up the data-collection half of this project. The other half will involve ge...

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Setting Up a Light Sensor with an Arduino and a Raspberry Pi

Motivation: About three to six times a day, the sun decides to make life in our trendy, skylit San Francisco office ever so slightly painful for at least one of my colleagues, forcing them to get up and use a long metal rod to slide the fashionable skylight drapes shut. In my never-ending quest to make something in the IoT (Internet of Things) s...

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