Matt’s book, Money for Something, is a straight-forward guide to investing. To help readers put theory into practice, we took a boring financial calculator and turned it into something that lets you experiment and create your unique investment plan. Read on to see how it all came together.
Design and development for Mimosa Networks. We provide visual design, interaction design and development services to the Mimosa team that delivers an interactive online tool that allows wireless ISPs to visually design complex networks in which to deploy Mimosa devices.
The original Catalog Choice web app, designed and developed by us, helped this non-profit sign up a million users in its first year and get featured on every major media outlet in the United States.
We created an online game for Google & Virgin America that Ogilvy called, “The future of marketing.”
Over two million participants in nearly 120 countries have been timed using our race timing app and web service.
For nearly two decades, we were the design and tech team for Germany’s largest event promoter, Marek Lieberberg Konzertagentur, and continued as a key vendor to Live Nation after its 2016 acquisition of MLK.
The Makalu team recently launched its third product, ChessDrop, a cloud-based personal chess games database. From the technology stack we chose—React, Meteor & Heroku—to the design process, there’s much I plan to tell you about. But for now, in this brief post, I’d like to whet your appetite with a few of the key design details you’ll find in the product.
We designed, developed and operated Letters 2 President 2.0, for the National Writing Project. The platform—built with Phoenix and Elixir—allowed over 12,000 American students from nearly 400 schools to publish letters to the candidates of the 2016 US presidential election.