We believe in apps that users love to use, and they’ll come back to again and again.
Whether you need a high quality mobile app to simplify complex data, or are looking to revolutionise your industry and save money in the process, we love a challenge.
Our expert team of mobile app developers deliver smart, intuitive ways for you and your customers to engage with technology. This always begins and ends with the user.
We’re a leading UK app development company as rated by Clutch research group.
Meaningful technology is always user-focused. It asks: “How can this product make life better?”; “What is the impact of this mobile app out in the world?”; “How can we make that the best it can possibly be?”
We exist to create a happier, more connected way of working, making life better for your teams and your customers. Together, we’ll work to solve your organisational challenges, improve sales and engage your audiences. We’ll always take the time to truly understand your needs, getting to the core of your problem and creating a mobile strategy that gets results.
No quick fixes, no off-the-shelf technology, simply excellent app development across all devices and platforms.
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Our team are absolute experts in app development, and we’re also incredibly passionate about creating a fantastic working environment - we’re all about being a business our people love to work for and your people love to work with.
Here we explore the ever evolving world of mobile app development and technology, as well as everything we’ve learnt from building a business with people and culture at its core.
Like many organisations, Brightec were introduced to a new word earlier this year - ‘furlough’.
I’ve been building mobile apps professionally for two years now, however I’ve only recently built an iOS app from scratch as a side project. This blog post is a summary of what I’ve learned and resources I used, I hope it will help or inspire you to get started on your own app.
Brightec wouldn’t exist without Andy, and his garden shed