Design, code, and education
for people-first growth.
For over a decade, we’ve helped people-first tech companies achieve their growth goals with a broad range of projects, from business and creative strategy to UX, visual design, and code.
Here’s what we do:👇
We offer strategic consulting on people-first approaches to customer acquisition, conversion, and retention.Read more about strategy
We design websites, apps, brands, and swag people love to experience.View our design work
We build custom software for web, mobile, desktop, chat, and voice.Our development process
We share knowledge through books, live events, and online courses.Learn with us
We create one-of-a-kind swag that people want (and want to keep).
We use art and narrative to help people follow their purpose and heal from burnout.
We build multimedia storytelling experiences to bring products to new audiences.
We created the Node Security Project and donated it to the Node Foundation.
We create high-impact conference experiences.
We’ve collaborated with musicians, artists, and writers to publish creative works that communicate our values.
We helped make an old abandoned theatre a community asset and even started a local music venue.
We designed historically authentic murals set in Googie style in order to help revitalize a run-down area.
We co-founded a business and community accelerator that’s created scores of new local businesses and jobs.
What can we do for you?
Get in touch, and let’s talk.
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“&yet represents a new business mindset that puts community values and corporate responsibility in the forefront.”
“I rarely build a project without happening upon work &yet put into the world, and I’m grateful for it.”
“&yet delivers carefully hand crafted products, made by humans who love their work.”