It is our responsibility to invent our kids future. We believe we are in the middle of an adaptive and collaborative learning revolution. Interactive experiences, game mechanics, and social learning will be smashed into new models we’re just now starting to see come to life. Our team is working closely with Pearson on their Common Core System of Courses for K-12. You can see early versions of what’s to come here.
We work with companies to develop software, games, and apps. We specialize in mobile engineering, game mechanics, and API development. Our recent projects include design and engineering of HTML5 apps for education and health, design and product development for an LA based startup, and engineering for a large iOS/Android project with multiple API integrations.
In the US, health care is a Trillion Dollar problem. We believe the future of health is driven by software and hardware innovation. Patients and physicians should have the ability to design and activate behavior modification programs partly driven by data from wearable devices. At Fabric, we’re working on a prototype for Compass Health – an LA based startup focused on such custom programs for patients.
Fanswell.fm connects artists and fans to book live music outside of bars and clubs. We’re focused on advancing and improving the trend known as “house shows.” Our product is in beta, with active users and transactions.
The all new Knicks & Rangers app gives 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. All from your device.
Tablets will be used as key learning tools by kids worldwide and Fabric’s team has been working on the interactive content and games that fit on Pearson's new Common Core software platform for K12. Our design and engineering teams have worked on interactives for Math and English and our game designers are working on connecting learning mechanics and pedagogy to engaging game play.
Fabric is working with Compass Health - a startup focused on building customized recovery programs for patients delivered by physicians through mobile apps. We’re currently building a prototype for a small group of customers. (More details about this project can be shared under NDA.)
Fabric is a leading software, games, and product development shop. We work with brands, publishers, and startups. Our primary focus is health and education and we specialize in mobile product development, game design, and HTML5.
Erlend is a product development and startup fanatic from Norway. He started Fabric in 2001 and over time shifted it from a web design agency to a software, games, and product shop. Erlend has been lucky to work with some of the most exciting companies on the planet over the past 10 years including Pearson, IKEA, and Redbull. “I’m really an entrepreneur at heart. I like building things. I’m committed to inventing our kids future - so education and health is 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.
Guitar player, Lover of Trance and self-proclaimed nerd, 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 broadcast networks across the globe
Glenn is an operations extraordinaire! Since 2001, he has been inspiring teams, creating websites, designing graphics, editing video, producing live events, and much more. Glenn's degree in Communications (1998) gives him valuable insights into group dynamics and his 2001 degree in Multimedia / Web Design (Best Portfolio Honors) gives him the acumen to maneuver on the digital frontier. Ask him about his music, his 2009 TED Talk and his travels around the world.
Other interests include interactive technology, djing, running, surfing, and snowboarding.
Andrew is a front end web developer born and raised in Los Angeles. He’s a problem solver at heart with a love for math and science. He is passionate about programming, web development, and brazilian jiu jitsu. For Andrew, there is nothing better than sitting at a dining table with friends and family.
Ray is interested in designing simple and clean interfaces. At Fabric, he works with a few Start Ups and established companies with distinct users: from musicians and music lovers, to doctors and patients, to K-12 students and teachers — designing with usability in mind is what he solves each day.
Other interests: Typography, Iconography, Branding, Transhumanism, Microbrew, Growing a superior beard, Weightlifting, Futbol
An autodidactic user experience designer with a pixel bending past. Began doing graphic design 15 years ago, had a brief stint with Harvard Graphics (broke up), began a relationship with Corel Draw, and presently going out with Illustrator. Made web sites. Along the way, flirting with Frontpage, made a few dreams come true with Dreamweaver, and finally eloped with HTML and CSS. Startups and user experience are my passion! My motto ‘IamSimple.com’.
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