Headquartered in Toronto
We're a team of creatives who craft websites, interfaces and brands.
We're all about planning thoroughly, working iteratively and collaborating closely with our clients—who range from entrepreneurs and startups to small/medium businesses and organizations.
Our services include:
-Website and application design
-Usability and information architecture
We work with multiple content management systems (WordPress, Expression Engine, etc.), and our development tools include modern HTML and CSS, Sass/Scss, node.js, Backbone, Ruby on Rails front-end, and much more.
Think we'd work well together? Tell us about your big idea in our project questionnaire: http://phuse.ca/contact
Shuffle is a mobile app that allows users to create and manage multiple disposable numbers and email forwarding addresses. We designed their iOS app and marketing website, with an Android app on the way! http://getshuffle.com
A reading application for the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a public policy think tank, this iPad-only application was designed to pull articles from their website and display them in a reader-friendly environment. The Phuse designed the app, and partnered with CabForward to build it. http://www.aei.org
An event based in Toronto, ON and Brighton, UK, Follow Your Fear Day is the kick in the butt you need to do the thing you’ve always wanted to do but have been too afraid of failure to try. We designed and built their website on WordPress. http://followyourfearday.com
Space Apps Toronto is an annual hackathon where designers, developers and engineers solve NASA-designed challenges. In addition to being co-organizers, we designed and developed the new 2014 website.
Alchemy Learning Project creates teacher tools for the digital age. We’re proud to have worked with Alchemy on branding, design and development for their website as well as the SmartBinder application, which allows teachers to create engaging lesson plans and share them with students. http://www.alchemylearning.com
National Day of Civic Hacking is the biggest gathering of civic hackers in the world. It brings technologists, entrepreneurs, developers and other citizens together to improve their communities and the governments that serve them. We designed this report for print and web following the big event in 2014 , and developed the web version.