We develop software and apps for companies with new product ideas. We have invented a rapid prototyping process, F30, that makes it possible to deliver user tested high quality apps in 30 days.
Our engineering group has a 10-year track record delivering complex mobile apps for major brands. We are also one of few California shops focused on software development for IoT and Wearables.
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Much of our work today is in wearables and IoT. While we're mainly working on the software side, we're quickly expanding to software + hardware through our new partners.
The Compass Platform is a software solution built to activate for physicians to manage patient recovery programs. Compass provides the ability for physicians to design custom recovery programs through a web-based tool. Patients download the app and use the connected wearable devices provided by Compass to collect vitals such as weight, blood pressure, and o2 saturation.
Our engineering team is working on a few exciting Android Wear projects. Meanwhile, our F30 team is developing a prototype for a new sports venture with a wearable component and multiple API integrations.
Today, companies must test their new product ideas quickly and cheaply before creating the full product. They must strip their plans down and validate the core concepts to gain or maintain the support of executives, stakeholders, and investors.
F30 is a fixed engagement with our senior-most talent
that delivers working, testable web or mobile apps
— at a set price —
against an aggressive, yet reliable timeline.
F30 is perfect for startups kicking off product development who need an experienced team to accelerate their product design process.
F30 is also the best choice for innovators inside of companies where new product groups or their R&D teams need a working, tested, proof-of-concept before investing too much on their own.
For 10 years, we have worked with some of the largest brands in the world
We provide clear estimates, reliable performance, and rapid progress through local senior leadership and our network of experienced engineers.
Since 2001, we have delivered mission critical projects for IKEA, Redbull, Pearson, Toyota, Porsche, plus countless startups, and many agencies around the world.
Our teams specialize in HTML5 (Angular.js, Ember.js, Backbone.js, Node.js), Android, iOS, API Integrations, and back-end development.
Recent and current projects include work on complex API integrations for geo-fencing, ticketing, real-time-data, and high volume media delivery.
We now work extensively in the IoT and Wearable arenas including development on Android Wear, Tizen (Samsung), Galaxy Gear, and API integrations with Misfit, Hexoskin, Adidas miCoach, and Withings.
We are big on start-ups, corporate product teams, and
other mavericks or renegades. Here are a few, with which we've had great success:
The Knicks and Rangers apps give fans instant access to exclusive team news, photo galleries and videos. Get live-scores pre and post game coverage, team and player stats, schedules and standings. This was a complex technical execution with multiple API integrations for geo-fencing, ticketing, real-time-data, and high volume media delivery.
It is no secret that Tablets will be used as key learning tools by kids worldwide. In 2013, Pearson hired Fabric to help build the new Common Core software platform for K12. Fabric’s team worked on the interactive content and games for Math and English and our game designers were challenged with connecting learning mechanics and pedagogy to engaging game play.
Fanswell connects artists and fans to book live music outside of bars and clubs. Fabric’s design and engineering team helped nurture Fanswell from napkin to product. We’re proud to say that Fanswell was successfully incubated at Fabric, is now in BETA, and have active users and a growing volume of transactions.
Our core team of product designers and engineers are based in downtown Los Angeles,
and our trusted network logs in daily from all over the world.
Erlend is a software and startup fanatic from Norway. He started Fabric in 2001 and over time shifted it from a web design agency to a software development group. Erlend has worked with some of the most exciting companies on the planet over the past 10 years including IKEA, Redbull, Toyota, and Pearson. “ I’m really an entrepreneur at heart. I like building things. I’m committed to inventing good things for our kids future - so health, wearables, and education are important to me. ”
Clayton is a “make-betterer,” an editor and a critic who emphasizes pride in one’s work. He rocks Technology’s socks off, then on again all while taking your products to 11, because he can. His focus is on a system level with a passion for health and education. For over a decade, he’s been helping companies like Pearson, IKEA and Hachette deliver outstanding technical products.
Dazed and Confused most days (from the night before), Brian enjoys programming scalable solutions for new and unique applications. Starting out with programming insurance rating algorithms for some of the largest providers in the country, Brian learned the valuable lesson of accuracy and scalability when writing code. He's a bit stubborn when it comes to how he feels data should be managed, but that comes out of his want to always make sure applications are adding value to their owners and users.
An avid gamer and music lover, Felix loves technology in all it’s glory. After 10 years in the military and in the trenches with mobile and web stacks, Felix loves to make really cool stuff with bleeding edge technology.
In his former life, he developed several high profile second screen audio-synced applications that were used on major television broadcast networks across the globe.