We work anywhere

We believe that quality products can be made anywhere. We promote remote, we promote a good quality of life while building beautiful things.

We promote diversity

We don’t discriminate on gender, sex, race, etnicity, color, religion or anything that I missed out. We encourage diversity in our company. We want to learn from any background.

We love our work and value our freedom

We are a bunch of people that want to travel the world, work where we want, and still deliver top notch products. We believe that we don’t need to be locked in an office to embrace quality.

We strife for a frictionless work environment

We try to prevent friction as much as possible while doing our work. We try to keep everything as simple as possible. We avoid complicated workflows, avoid meetings, promote doing what really adds to the product or service we’re offering. We automate the things that can be automated. We remove barriers.

We publish everything, we are transparant and give back to the community

Everything we do is published. From code, to documentation to development diaries, information on how we work. We spread best practices, we are open for input, we learn from others. We are opinionated but open for change.

We are pragmatic

We rather finish things, than be stagnated. We do and say sorry later. We do things, the simplest way possible, and deploy that first. We are building for the 80% first and edge cases come later.

We ship every day

We deliver value every day.

We build for a better world

We want our products to aid to a beter world. This means that certain clients will be rejected depending on our values.

We are courageous

Courage means doing things, even when we’re afraid. We are, and work with people that are not afraid to do new things. Wether its talking to clients and developers directly or switching toolsets that you’ve heavily vested in, we are brave people that try new things all the time.

We are curious

We are looking further then our own stack

We communicate openly

  • Use of pull-requests
  • Slack for chat
  • Feedback tools such as invision

We learn