Advise

Do you have a problem that needs a solution, but aren't sure where to start?

We don't build software for the sake of it. We work with you to discover the best value solution for your business, with as little upfront cost as possible, using friendly 'non-technical' workshops.

We'll help you to define your product, test the market, prototype, build, deploy monitor and enhance your application as required.

Build

Do you have an idea you'd like to launch, but don't know how? Or an existing product that you'd like to enhance?

We help define the right solution for your business. Either using existing technologies or where required, building specialist software we quickly deliver simple, innovative cost-effective solutions.

When your application has been around awhile, it — like all of us, can become a bit creaky, out of shape or in need of a makeover. We work with you to get your application working and looking great.

Train

Are you looking to improve you or your team's skills or practices?

We work with you to enhance your team, acting as a catalyst for change, coaching and mentoring in agile methodologies, Behaviour Driven Development and Lean, UX.

Working with us

We work in small blocks, we call these iterations. We use run workshops at the start of a project to gain a shared understanding of the project and follow lean and agile methodologies to get going fast and continue efficiently.

We pair program and write tested code.

Team

Spencer

I am smiling! ;-)
Spencer love's helping teams learn what to build and how to validate those ideas. Sometimes he does that with pens and paper, workshops, prototypes and sometimes code, but always with conversation.

You can find him on twitter at @spencerturner, he blogs here and occasionally at his personal blog spencerturner.co.uk

Steve

Steve has been getting paid to build software since 1997. Since then he's always been looking for ways to help him do it better. This commitment to quality has led Steve to become a member of the Cucumber core team.

Steve occasionally blogs here and at his personal site. He tweets as @tooky.