We make things interactive
Need a client side app or maybe you want to present a concept that you can share around the office. Desktop apps are a great way to iterate and test concept prototypes. Adobe AIR and WPF apps are easy ways to accomplish your goals.
Want to be mobile or see what you idea looks like on a smaller form factor? Maybe you want to get your mobile device to talk to another device - we can do that. Unity3D and Adobe Flash both create a uniform system to both content you create once to both platforms.
Sometimes you just need to reach a wide audience or you love seeing your work on your iPad or iPhone. We’ve got some great experience with skinning WordPress sites, cooking up OOP with PHP and even pulling feeds in with jQuery.
Unity3D’s multi-platform deployment makes it an practically the go-to solution if you want to code once and deploy to many. Unity can already push to 10 types of systems from a single project. We’ve also been working very hard over the last year to great some time saving tools for Unity.
Actionscript has been around forever and while the adoption rate is very high, it’s 2.5D still great for creating interactive interfaces. Now that Adobe Flash can easily create native iOS and Android app with seamless connectivity - why not use it?
Not looking for 3D or crazy animated, HTML is perfectly fine. That fact that it’s universal is hard to beat when you want to reach a broad audience.
WPF can be a great asset especially when you want to connect to the latest technology via .Net. Want to give access to your devices? Just whip up a server and let the app host connects. It’s XAML markup can be relatively straightforward while under most circumstances you can reuse your markup in Silverlight.
Silverlight can be a great way to bridge your WPF app with the web. Reuse your resources from a previous project and take them into 3D with Silverlight’s 3D transforms.
Arduino is awesome especially when you want to engineer a project from the ground up. We have the resources to do some pretty interesting things or at least hand-wave enough of heavy the lifting.