Our track record & portfolio
Here's why you can feel confident working with us
We're recognized professionals in our industry. Our front-end architect Roy Tomeij has explained Sass, Compass and modular & reusable front-end architecture to thousands of people. You may have seen him speak at these conferences:
- ArrrrCamp, Ghent (Belgium), October 2011
- Wroc_love.rb, Wroclaw (Poland), March 2012
- RubyNation, Reston VA (USA), March 2012
- EuRuKo, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), June 2012
- RuLu, Lyon (France), June 2012
- Madison Ruby, Madison WI (USA), August 2012
- Rocky Mountain Ruby, Boulder CO (USA), September 2012
- RubyShift, Kiev (Ukraine), September 2012
- ArrrrCamp, Ghent (Belgium), October 2012
- Future of Web Apps (FOWA), London (UK), October 2012
- Future of Web Apps (FOWA), Prague (Czech Republic), November 2012
- Kings of Code, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), December 2012
- Dutch PHP Conference, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), June 2013
- CSS Summit, online, July 2013
- EuruCamp, Berlin (Germany), August 2013
- The Guild, Eindhoven (The Netherlands), September 2013
- SassConf, New York NY (USA), October 2013
- Sass Workshop, Reston VA (USA), October 2013
- CodeConnexx, Maastricht (The Netherlands), November 2013
- RailsConf, Chicago IL (USA), April 2014
- Port80, Newport (UK), May 2014
- CSS Day, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), June 2014
- Dutch Mobile Conference, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), June 2014
- CSS Summit, online, July 2014
- The Guild, Eindhoven (The Netherlands), September 2014
Here's why we can't show you our code just yet
Often potential clients are interested in seeing some of our work. However, at this moment we don't have a public portfolio. There are two reasons for this:
1. We treat all work we do as fully confidential. A lot of our clients are working on applications that haven't been made publicly available yet. Others utilize our services because they don't have enough capacity in-house, with their clients not knowing about our involvement.
2. We can't control the final product. After we deliver our code, clients start implementing it themselves and make adjustments where needed. When an app is done it hardly ever uses our exact, unmodified code. Some of their changes won't be up to our standards, which would give the wrong impression about our work.
We're currently asking our clients for permission to publish their projects, and gathering testimonials. Most of our clients had at least two projects developed by us, with some of them around ten. They recognize our value and we love proving our worth to them.
Not convinced yet?
Tell us what you need to know in order to entrust us with your business. Just contact us and we'll try to make things work.