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We build beautiful, intuitive websites and powerful digital solutions for businesses and creative agencies who agree that mediocrity sucks. Learn more
A nimble group of coders and creatives, our team has built thousands of web applications, marketing sites, landing pages, user portals, and e-commerce engines for outstanding marketing agencies and incredible businesses.
As a team of design-first developers, we have found tremendous traction partnering with creative agencies (branding, marketing, and PR agencies). Through dozens of partnerships scattered around the country, we’ve perfected the craft of navigating the agency world of requirements, timelines, budget, and commitment to pixel-perfect excellence. We’ve made agency-dev partnerships our specialty. Read more
Keeping your website fresh, up-to-date, accessible, and relevant is challenging. You don’t have the time or expertise to be a website marketing expert. Over the course of the last decade we’ve designed, built, and deployed thousands of websites for businesses across the U.S. We can leverage our expertise to design and build your next site while you focus on growing your business. Reach out to us to chat.
7 Reasons Why Kestrel’s Web Dev Process Keeps Partners Coming Back
We get it, outsourcing a website build can feel like a gamble. Will the developers be accessible and responsive? Will they provide accurate and honest updates? Will they allow previews of the build along the way? Are they more likely to ask questions or make assumptions? Will my team be doing all of the QA?...Read more →
7 Tips for a Highly Effective Apprenticeship
There are a lot of advantages to joining a web development apprenticeship. For someone like me, a career-changer who took an online boot camp, it was a no-brainer. Breaking into the tech industry straight out of a boot camp may be possible for some, but I felt I needed to learn more than the introduction...Read more →
The Real Difference Between a Senior and Junior Web Developer
Most online resources use time spent professionally developing as the main differentiator between senior and junior web developers. This article for instance suggests the following ranges for determining how junior you really are: Junior Developer: 1-2 years of experience Mid-Level Developer: 2-5 years of experience Senior Developer: 5+ years of experience I find that approach entirely...Read more →