Think. Then plot.

Technology; 'the science of craft', from Greek techne, 'art, skill, cunning of hand', and logia, the collection of technique, skill, method and process.

Develop and produce

We really know our HTML, CSS, JS, frameworks and browser compatibility, with over 30 years experience. Want HTML5? No problem. Need hardcore JavaScript or TypeScript help? Sure thing. Can't work out some tricky CSS detail? We're on it.

Frameworks we work in the most are Bootstrap, Foundation, and UIKit for the front-end, glued or otherwise mangled through JQuery, AngularJS, React, Mercury and BackBone.js, however don't let the shortlist stop you. We have experice with over 20+ different frameworks and platforms, including WordPress, Drupal, MiniCSS, Materialize, and more. Just ask us. We also do bespoke code for tight and efficient spots.

Topic Maps, PHP, Semantic Web, HTML, CSS, JS, APIs, RDBMS, NoSQL, frame systems

Bootstrap, Foundation, MiniCSS, Materialize, Bulma, UIKit, Pure

Angular, Backbone, ExtJS, Toolkit, JQuery, JQWidgets, React, Vue.js

WordPress, Joomla, xSiteable, Symfony, Zend Framework

Affluxant

We built Affluxant, the simplest and free way to digitally manage UX research feedback.

Affluxant is a online tool for collecting survey data from UX / CX / usability (and other) types of testing. It supports SUS, NPS, LTR, AFQ, word clouds and more, and is an easy way to collect survey data on the fly and get a summary when your sessions are done.

Drag and drop to create your survey in seconds, and configure further if needed. Then share a link and collect data through any online device you like. Then view the report at any time, everything calculated for you.

Have your respondants simply use the Affluxant GUI directly - maybe in a separate window or tab - to answer questions between or at the end of sessions about their experiences.

All reports have summaries and graphs to represent the data, which you can copy and paste into your own reports.

All reports can also be simply shared to other people through URLs, with added password protection if you want.

Give it a try. It's free.