We designed and built iOS and Android apps to boost Megaphone Magazine vendor sales by opening their businesses up to cashless payments. Read the case study.
Our work with ReCollect teaches kids (and some adults) waste sorting rules in a game where learning builds a beautiful, crazy park. Read the case study.
We created a mobile service guide for youth that speaks their language and connects them to what they need. Read the case study.
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Emerging and established businesses turn to us for help in branding and interactive when they need to go beyond the technology.
Our process explores the business, social, and cognitive/emotional dimensions of everything we make. It not only produces better products, but deepens our clients’ understanding of their own business, and their customers.
Our point of entry is usually one or more of the following:
Validation, ideation, and roadmap planning for new ideas.
Branding and initial online presence for emerging products.
Creative design and production for apps & websites.
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Denim & Steel is Arian Khosravi, Todd Sieling, Tylor Sherman, Jen Bebb, and Andrew Woo.
Lots of people work on technology because it’s cool. We do it to make life interesting, playful, productive, and beautiful.
We occasionally blog about our work and how things can be made better. Our latest post is about taking our work on The Megaphone App to an open source project.
The Substantiator is our monthly newsletter, where we write in plain language about the realities of making new products. In the latest issue we talk about the new Snapchat Spectacles, how we helped Megaphone Magazine vendors boost sales, and our fifth anniversary. Subscribe now to get the next one.