We are team of 3 techno-bots that started out as just friends but the past 5 years we have been calling ourselves Bytecraft.us . Together we provide sizzling development, design and marketing for our clients. We love to build complete sites and apps for both mobile and web platforms. So who are we?
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Chris McIntosh Sr. Developer, Architect
Its easy to get complicated, its hard to keep it simple. Some say he is mad, genius always is. Simple, robust code is Chris.
Jeff Williams, MBA Designer, Marketeer
Over 15 years in tech Jeff has a...
Jan 17, 2014|Website Design|$470|Completed
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At bytecraft, we believe strategy is the best way to control rework and cost. We have a process to identify goals, issues and purpose behind each design and development decision. Understanding your design, development and content strategy is why Bytecraft produces delightful experiences without costly rework.
Before any design style is undertaken, a good designer should ask their client, “what do you want your users to feel?” Our 1st answer is always delight. After that, we ask all of our clients to think about how their users feel when they use their website, mobile app or web app. From there, we strive to achieve a feeling through the most basic and simplest design possible. Over design is just decoration not design.
We believe the best way to develop a website is to deploy 3 specific strategies. Methodology, framework and simplicity. Great working websites take good code but more importantly good code is simple. Great working websites also take discipline. The developer must adhere to a strong methodology and framework religiously. Anything less is cowboy code. Let’s just say we don’t fit and a pair of Lee jeans.
Planning Architecture & Rapid Prototyping
Its how we do thing around here
In development the story is always the same. The client wants it done and done fast! Our challenge has always been to convince them that all the planning we do on the front end pays off in the backend. Without proper planning you are destined to...
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