We want you to be confident that you're getting what you want. That's why we build mockup designs of your entire app or website before the coding begins. We'll review and revise the mockups until you're ready to move forward. We also engineer lean strategies into your product and build consistent and meaningful feedback loops so you can learn more about your customers and how to improve your product.
During the coding process, we focus on setting the right milestones as your project develops so that you can have ultimate control over the finished product. Design and performance reviews along the way make sure there are no surprises when your product is ready to launch. After launch, we make sure your hypotheses are being correctly tested, interpreted, and are producing actionable data.
Behind every great app or responsive website is a great improvement and optimization process. Once you have a "finished" product, either from Crafted Apps Shop or another source, we can work with you to help get it found and grow your market. We realize that the path to success isn't a one-shot deal, and so we help you shine by planning for the long-term success strategy.
Headquartered in NYC, we're a group of mobile app and website developers, designers, and marketing professionals who simply want to produce products people love. We focus on a transparent and evidence-based design, development, and optimization process.
Our goal is simple: we want to educate you while delivering exactly what you want. We are passionate at every step of the process, and our focus is on quality, not quantity, because we know that your success is our success. Whether you need your website revamped to be mobile-friendly for consumers or wholesale customers, or you're building an app to sell in the app stores, we're here to give you expert knowledge, and build products that deliver.
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