Seamgen is an industry-leading digital agency specializing in mobile and web app design and development. As one of the top app development companies in San Diego, we build innovative digital products that put the user first across a multitude of different industries including healthcare, hospitality, and automotive. Headquartered in San Diego with satellite offices throughout the US, our team of expert designers & developers craft custom software solutions that delight users and drive ROI.
It all starts with strategy and our team of product, research, and design experts is the bedrock for every partner.
Design is at the center of everything we do. Driven by user journeys, our team creates beautiful, practical products that delight.
Our mobile team brings functional, intuitive experiences to life across iOS, Android and Windows – using native code and Xamarin.
Full-stack web development that spans from front-end to service layers and client side architecture.
The hard work that makes every great front-end experience possible with underlying code and service layers.
Data is becoming the world’s most valuable resource, and knowing how to leverage it can open many new opportunities for your business.
Working with funded startups, fast growth companies, and proven enterprises, our team has extensive experience developing custom mobile and web apps that scale. We work with companies of all sizes across numerous industries. Our work with startups ensures our team stays at the forefront of technology, and our work with enterprises mandates scaleable architecture and meticulous brand cohesion. Here are a few of our recent projects:
“They have a unique value proposition where they have both UX and development, internally.”
"The Seamgen team was top-notch, providing very high-quality deliverables – on-time and within budget!"
“Their team is responsive and has been able to overcome some big obstacles.”
First, we’ll sit down and discuss your project in depth. Once we understand your business, your users, and case scenarios, we’ll create personas for each user type and begin establishing requirements. We will then draft user stories to set our process in motion.
When our UX team has a thorough understanding of the task at hand, we’ll begin creating detailed information architecture diagrams which outlines how users will interact with your application. These details serve as the roadmap for wireframing, high level interactions, page elements, and hierarchy. Then, wireframes set the foundation to test via clickable prototype. We’ll finalize the aesthetic with pixel-perfect comps.
As soon as the design team has completed enough of the wireframes and user interaction models, we’ll get started with development. By moving quickly, we discover and fix problems early and have the development and design teams working collaboratively. Every two weeks, we hold sprint planning meetings to assign tasks to specific engineers. The goal is to have a collection of completed features at the end of each sprint.
With clear tasks assigned, we begin to build your app. Each morning, we hold a stand-up meeting to report what has been accomplished, what we intend to accomplish by the next meeting, and anything that stands in our way. This process keeps the entire team in the loop and any potential impediments on our radar.
Before we ship your app, we run it through a final User Acceptance Testing process. We perform end-to-end testing with real or simulated users in order to ensure the complete system achieves your business goals. Once our Quality Assurance team gives us the green light, your app is ready for launch!
Our team of passionate technology experts can create whatever you need, from mobile applications and responsive websites to cloud-based services. We are your technology partners in all phases of the development process, working with you to design and develop solutions that complement and enhance existing system architecture. We’re well versed in all the latest technologies and as technology advances and evolves, so do we. Here are a few things we’re using now: