Our frontend development experts help you build and deliver better experiences for consumers and businesses, and create apps that users love.
With a deep understanding of your users and a vision of how to deliver a delightful experience that solves their needs, we rely on a workflow that allows you to rapidly test, learn and iterate the product experience, the business model and the value proposition.
Graphic UI design
Since 1998, we have been working with various industries and solution types, delivering outstanding user experience on any device — from desktops to mobile and wearables.
We combine business goals and end-user needs, usability and functionality, consistency and learnability, accessibility and ease of use with quality of implementation, reducing the efforts users have to put in to get what they want and ensuring cross-platform compatibility.
Utilizing HTML and CSS elements, jQuery plugins, and other UI components, we can quickly customize and adapt your frontend to suit your individual project's needs.
Our solutions allow you to efficiently scale your websites and applications for any device, medium, and accessibility: from phones to tablets and desktops. Taking care of the cross-browser compatibility, we leverage latest HTML5/JS features for modern browser versions, while ensuring the main frontend functionality of your solutions will be working properly when facing the old versions.
We utilize the benefits of the AMP Project, Google’s open-source initiative, to create websites that are beautiful and consistently fast across devices and distribution platforms.
From live dashboard to second screen apps, from collaborative editing to realtime progress and notifications, we deliver connected-client reactive apps for web and mobile.
We build single-page applications (SPAs) that load a particular HTML page into a browser and update their content dynamically in accordance with user input thus offering a more-native-app-like experience.
SPAs minimize the response time by moving working data and processing as much as possible from the server to the browser. SPAs have the necessary business logic and data to make the majority of decisions on client. However, authentication, authorization, data validation and permanent storage still require the server.
The communication with server is performed in small chunks — data is packaged up in small objects (i.e. JSON), so the bandwidth is reduced which is great for traffic-limited or slow connections. Separating the data from the presentation of data by a model layer that handles data and a view layer that reads from the models allows to refactor or completely redevelop the backend part of your SPA with no changes to the frontend.
Just like desktop apps, SPAs redraw any part of the UI without retrieving HTML from a server.
SPAs work on any operating system and on any device that provides a decent browser.
SPAs go offline when connectivity drops and sync the local data with the server when the connection is back.
We deliver progressive web apps (PWAs) representing the new app model promoted by Google that combines the features offered by modern browsers with the benefits of mobile experience.
Built on the app shell model, PWAs feel like apps to user with app-style interactions and navigation.
Built with progressive enhancement as a core tenet and served via HTTPS, PWAs work regardless of browser choice.
PWAs work for every user and fit any form factor: desktop, mobile, tablet, or whatever comes next.
Due to the service worker update process, PWAs are always up-to-date, and can be kept on the home screens.
PWAs allow search engines to find them, and can be easily shared via URL.
Service workers allow PWAs to work offline or on low-quality networks.
The Push API and Notification API allows for re-engaging with users with customized, relevant content.
PWAs can utilize user location, device orientation and motion, access video and audio input from users.
Making sure that each unit of frontend code functions independently as expected.
Ensuring all designated actions, user inputs and user flows are completable and functioning.
Comparing the rendered result of the code (the interface) to the rendered version of the application in production.
Checking that apps have accessible interfaces, offer quicker operability, and require fewer steps to task completion.
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UI frameworks & widgets
Content management systems