Database Architecture Related Projects

As with almost all things in web development, there are many ways to solve problems, but we've found that there are typically more ways to do it wrong then right. Although database optimization and management is not our sweet spot in terms of offerings, our vast experience building and maintaining databases allows us to satisfy the vast majority of client needs and we can always bring in an expert if needed.

The following posts are all related to Database Architecture:


Web App – Defend Your Money

Team: Kirill E. Ben B. | 5/31/18

We just finished the first phase (design) with a new client and I’m very happy with the results. We started with just an idea and a prototype build by the client in Google Sheets. We took that concept and built out what will be the future functionality of the site in comps and graphics. We Read More >>

Updates/Fixes – Best-Line

Team: Adam B. Shane N. Ben B. | 5/6/18

This is an ongoing project with a happy client. Although we didn’t write the original code and didn’t do any of the design, we continue to add features and fix bugs. This system is easing the workload from executives by codifying much of the logic and many of the rules needed for custom shade manufacturing. Read More >>

Web App – Filmfest Media – Node/Angular

Team: Ben B. Kirill E. Adam B. | 4/20/17

I poured about a year of my life into this project. I had a great time working on it but it has also been one of the most stressful projects I’ve ever been involved in. I also think it is some of the cleanest code I’ve ever written as well. There are too many project Read More >>

IOS App In Ionic (Angular/Typescript)

Team: Ben B. | 5/18/16

On the heels of my last IOS app in React Native, I started this project in Ionic. The designs were already done and it was my job to implement them in a cost effective way. At first, the client pushed really hard to build this in Ionic 2 (using Angular 2). At the time, Angular Read More >>

IOS App in React Native

Team: Ben B. | 2/23/16

Super fun project and very stressful! I’m usually the developer on all my projects but a new client had a supper quick timeline, “rocket speed” he said. I had a 4 weeks to locate some developers to help, design several views, and implement them in IOS. My first task was to decide on a technology to use. Read More >>