iOS (iPhone) | Web App
Washington state is home to a large portion of the Infinite Red team. We are proud to work on web and app development projects for clients in Seattle, Vancouver, and areas in between. We work with clients such as Weyerhaeuser and Jumpstart in Seattle, Washington, and surrounding areas in King County and beyond.
At our core, we create beautiful functional software. Our team of experienced designers and engineers have worked with many startups and businesses. We’ve been designing and developing software for over 10 years.
Whether you need an iOS, Android, Mac, web app, or custom website, we can design and develop it for your startup or business. We won't just take your product and run with it, we want to build a dynamic, longstanding client/agency partnership, working closely with you from start to finish.
Jamon Holmgren started programming at the age of twelve. He started his first website design and development company, ClearSight, in 2005, producing websites, web apps, and mobile apps. Jamon is the creator of multiple open source libraries for Rails and iPhone/iPad apps, including ProMotion and RedPotion.
Yulian Glukhenko is our premier front-end web developer. He ensures that our websites are as beautiful as the visual designs our designers create, and has been on the leading edge of our team as the web has gone increasingly mobile responsive.
Justin leads our design efforts here at Infinite Red. He works directly with clients to ensure projects not only look great, but that they also generate results. Whether it’s a responsive website or mobile app, he’s helped deliver successful projects on multiple platforms.
I'm happy to give Infinite Red a referral. I've been working with them for a year and a half and they have been a great software partner. We've done over 20 small OSX apps with them and are working on a couple of projects right now. It's a great model they have. They are extremely good programmers and know the iOS OSX platforms very well. RubyMotion is a quick and solid way to develop an app. I've used the RubyMotion Language for about 6 years (since it was MacRuby and OSX only). Infinite Red is staffed by kind and considerate people and are very easy to work with.