We develop
digital experiences,
and their makers.

About Us

Apiary is a local team of digital product designers and software developers who guide you through an efficient alignment + design + build process to see your ideas take shape and your business take off.

How We Work

We work with bootstrappers, makers, creators, and big thinkers. Our approach is to move efficiently—together—to be sure we’re all solving the same problem. We then organize work into tasks and sprint together. The result is a prototype, a custom website, or an application that is optimized for your business goals.

A MacBook Pro displaying a website.

UX/UI Audit

~ 5-8 days
The audit begins with business goal alignment and defining user personas, which are used to review the user experience and interface of your website or platform. The final deliverable is a report of actionable recommendations.

Rapid Prototyping

~ 2-3 weeks
The rapid prototyping engagement begins with business goal alignment and collection of the visual brand elements. Then, designers rapidly prototype the product or platform with iterations to align on the final design. At the end of the engagement you’ll have a prototype to use in a presentation or investment deck. The polished visual design will guide a user through a set path with clickable hotspots emulating the final product’s design and interactions.
A person sketching wireframes on an iPad.
A MacBook Pro displaying a website.

Website Design + Build

5-8 Weeks
We start website projects with intensive workshops during week 1 to align on the business goals and to surface the design and technical requirements. Weeks following are structured into design and build sprints (2-3 week cadence) with the final week being the handoff of the new website.

Custom Application Design + Build

3-6 Months
Building custom applications requires tight alignment of all those involved. For that reason, we begin weeks 1-2 with intensive workshops to clearly define the problem we’re solving, how it aligns to the business and success measures, and what design and technical requirements we need to consider. Week 3 is when we take all those pieces and prioritize the feature set and plan out the first version we’ll design and build. Structured sprints follow (2-3 week cadence) to monitor, design, build, and re-prioritize over the timeline of the project.
A person tapping an app on an iPhone.
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