Even though most of our codebase isn't available publically, we try and stay socially connected: if you have a question about how something is done, ask! Also, many interesting problems that we've tackled are detailed in my blog.
We always make an effort to build useful modular pieces: that way we can leverage that code in future projects. We're constantly learning and improving.
While we have some professional experience doing art in-house, it's always good to get outside help. Many of our best artwork is done by independent consultants. Special thanks to Carolina Tavizon.
We are always looking forward: mobile is the future, but there are many tools available to get us there. While more utilitarian apps strongly benefit from being made in native code, other apps (especially games) are far more powerful on unified engines. We are always on the lookout for strong new technologies in the mobile space to offer our clients the best experience.
Maintaining Existing Apps
We try and maintain the best user experience we can in our existing apps. Many of our projects utilize things like Crashlytics to monitor and track issues in the wild. You don't want your apps to have issues, and neither do we.
In addition to our own apps, we do some professional contracting on the side. Note: we are NOT accepting new contracts at this time, sorry.