Why work with us
We hate to see people fail, because we have failed multiple times ourselves.
Our team has plenty of experience building venture backed companies in Silicon Valley, and have have participated in top accelerators such as 500 Startups, Startmate and DreamIt Ventures.
We have combined our learning experiences to develop a proven framework to rapidly bring new products to market and learn from user feedback.
SMALL TEAM, RAPID RESULTS.
Our experience working with OpsYard was amazing. They performed a deep analysis of the market and differentiated our product in a saturated space by solving true user problems. Their strategy brought us to market fast and with a strong technical foundation, which let us validate and iterate on our product with feedback from users.
Andrew Conti // full stack engineer at giphy
What we do
We work with established brands who want to innovate and build at the speed of a startup, but lack the resources and know-how to implement such a process.
Throughout our entrepreneurial careers we have tried to reinvent the wheel multiple times, working with many ideas and business models.
These experiences can be narrowed down at a high level to multiple streamlined processes, making the speed at which you innovate and learn exponentially faster.
UX & UI DESIGN
- Design Sprints
- Market Research
- User Interface Design
- Mobile Design
- Ruby on Rails
- Python / Django
- React Native
- Content Marketing
- Email Campaigns
- Retargeting Ads
Working with OpsYard was an absolute pleasure. Whether it was on a large brand like Barnes & Noble or a small startup, their process was on point. Finding product fit, identifying core requirements - both technical and business, distilling client expectations into hard deliverables, were just a few of the areas they excel in. Client success is always their paramount objective.
vishal patel // system architect at noteworth
How we do it
phase 1 - initial research
Here we get to know each other which in our case it's as simple as talking to Jonathan. Together we deep dive to identify exactly:
- What are we building?
- Why are we building it?
- Who are we building it for?
phase 2 - defining scope
Once we get a clear picture of your product and business goals, we focus on only two things:
- Making sure that the scope of the project is small enough to launch a first version in under six weeks.
- Create a marketing campaign to gauge the interest in the project before launch.
phase 3 - kick off
After we define the scope of the project and agree on the timeline, budget and strategy play-by-play, we set a kick off date and then it's off to the races!