Creating an engaging user experience requires more than just good looks.

From tech startups to big brands, we’ve worked with some awesome people. Here are some of our recent success stories.



Rapid Prototyping For Success

By quickly testing your concept with real users, you can get invaluable feedback from potential users of your product.

Learn about how Slice of Lime created a prototype for LikeFolio in 4 weeks, testing the validity of turning social sharing into stock trading.


Nexia Home Intelligence

A lean approach to smarter connected homes

As more of the devices in your home become connected, the user experience around controlling those devices becomes more and more complex.

Learn about how Slice of Lime created a simple, smart, and extremely powerful application for Nexia Home Intelligence, an Ingersoll Rand company.


Sphero 2.0

Marketing a product that is hard to describe

How do you introduce a product to the world that is the first of its kind? In our opinion, you show it.

Learn about how Slice of Lime helped Orbotix reach record sales for Sphero, a robotic ball that you control with your smart phone.

New Hope

Simplifying Big Data

Lots of data doesn’t necessarily translate into business value unless you concentrate on how to interact with and visualize that data.

Learn how we turned “big data” on its head for the natural foods industry by making a trend analysis application that focuses on real user needs.



Bringing a rich company culture to the web

You never would have known that SurveyGizmo had a cape-wearing, robot loving, stuffed animal throwing, customers-are-always-right culture by looking at their website and web application.

Learn how we took what we saw in SurveyGizmo’s amazing culture and translated that into their web experience.



Making a complex system "simple"

Creating an application that manages “single sign-on for the enterprise” is no easy task. However, Symplified’s promise to their users is to do just that – make it simple.

Learn how we worked with Symplified to create an easy to use web application with incredibly robust capabilities.



It was time for a change

MapQuest had been losing market share to Google Maps for years. While MapQuest still had millions of users, they were in search of a new product to make their recognizable brand relevant once again. They set out to build a new application called MapQuest Discover which would be like Pinterest, but with an exclusive focus on travel. Instead of A-to-B directions, people could serendipitously discover places to visit.

Our Clients

  • Nexia
  • Oz
  • IRG
  • MyWedding
  • Gild
  • Exelis
  • SendGrid
  • LikeFolio
  • Foundry
  • Orbotix
  • MapQuest
  • Kidrobot
  • Penton
  • Qdoba
  • TechStars
  • Envysion
  • RPX
  • TEDxMileHigh
  • Arrow Electronics
  • GeoPalz
  • Brand Colorado
  • SocialGist
  • Portico
  • Voqal
  • Symplified
  • AllState
  • Pellucid
  • Newsgator
  • Sporting News
  • TechStars
  • SocialPace
  • MapVine

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