Mobile App Development in Seattle
We’re your tech friends in Seattle area who help translate your customer's desires and business motives into well designed software
Services we provide
We get your ideas out of your head and onto paper. Then we'll help fill in the gaps.
We code one week, test the next, and hand you working code every two weeks.
App UX UI Design
We start by sketching the flows and finish with a beautiful interactive prototype.
We love testing software. Not because there's a lot of fanfare for bug squashing, but because it makes it possible to build great code.
How do you make sure people will love your app? Test the prototype!
Need technical help for the long haul? We’ve got you. Let our maintenance team take care of you.
Thanks so much to you, Garrett, Thomas and the whole team. Y’all kick a** and take names! And that’s truly an understatement.
The Approachable Geeks are awesome! I really enjoyed working with Bruce and Garrett. They are both talented and developed a great product. Highly recommend!
Approachable Geek was a delight to work with. Very easy to contact and they responded right away which is hard to find these days.
“We hired Approachable Geek to design a user interface for our software as a service application. (They) quickly grasped our application… and came up with design that looks great and really improves its usability.”
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to build a application?
Our projects generally take between 6-12 weeks. First is the design process, which takes 3 - 4 weeks, then we start development which varies widely based on your project.
How much does it cost to create an application?
Generally somewhere between $15k - $100k, reach out and we can give you a free quote for your app.
How many people will work on my project?
Your project will have somewhere between 3-5 people working on it full time until it is complete. A project manager will guide you through all phases of the project, a designer will create the user experience, a team lead will manage the technical work, and awesome developers will code it.
What is an MVP and why it's so important?
An MVP (minimum viable product) helps you ship just enough code to test your assumptions, but not too little code that your users won’t love your app. It helps you learn quickly and inexpensively what users need so you save time and money.