You're good at a lot of things. Maybe you're a lone engineer in need of a thoughtful user interface, or you have a product idea with no one to guide you. Tiny Goat does all those things and more, and we'd love to help. Get in touch.
What Is Tiny Goat?
Tiny Goat studio makes web sites and apps for iOS devices. We also help companies develop communication strategies, design intelligent and memorable branding. We're also a master of aesthetics and user experience, and a military-grade computer scientist and electronics expert on the lookout for interesting projects that don't seem to fit in any one category. Tiny Goat wants to build incredible and interesting things that solve problems, amuse and educate.
Who Are The Goats?
Nick Jones was a designer at five, a fine artist at thirteen and a web nerd by eighteen. Having peaked early, he's been combining all three for the last fourteen years. He loves writing markup, CSS, JS, and telling you that you're cooking that fried chicken all wrong.
Geoff Parsons was down with computer science before it was cool. He's a born problem solver, with the meticulous nature of a surgeon. He writes Ruby, JS, CSS and more. Give him a sour beer and he'll tell you what "more" means.
Why Choose Tiny Goat?
When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Tiny Goat believes in learning your problem before we propose a solution. We work from a deep bag of skills—everything from fine art and advertising copy to electronics prototyping and two-factor encryption; so instead of seeing the solution to all the world's problems as being one WordPress template away, we build code and designs that are just for you. Neat, right?
We also work using the agile methodology, meaning our success depends on our relationship with you and our collective ability to solve problems together. We're not the consultants from Reston who fly in on alternate Thursdays and eat all the blueberry bagels; we're at the desk next to you, testing code and running ideas by you in real time.
But Goats do like blueberry bagels. (Mmmm, bagels.)