At Stook, we strongly believe that every small piece of design form a user-freindly interface and should be tailored specifically to the concept of the business and product. Our design strength derives from a wealth of industry-specific experience and expertise making designing for usability is what we give highest value. We always follow the best practices to create a unique, practical solutions.
Our current design practices:
- UX/UI design
- Web / Mobile application
- Design prototype (interactive, real time)
At Stook we love development. We have created a constant learning environment where we encourage ourselves to learn and teach something everyday. We enjoy diving deep into new frameworks and see if it can solve any problems for our customers or ourselves.
Here follows a list of what we do best right now:
- Html5/css3 (delivering a pro front-end is not easy. But we are doing it every time)
- SwaggerHUB, Node/Express, Amazon API gateway, Lambda, DynamoDB
- React / React native
- Php including laravel and WordPress
- Java, Spring (android and enterprise)
When it comes to coding we are looking at the same quality as our design section. Best practice is standard. We have enhanced our workflows so we get our products out to the customer faster and in shorter sprints. We are using a specific build of wordpress to get it leaner for a multiple developer environment. Workflow automation from the build process to the deployment part is also something we are working hard on. Ansible, Vagrant, Trellis, Node, Gulp, Yelp, and Webpack is used extensively through out our projects. This gives us the possibility to focus on the product we are creating and also makes the after service secure and structured.
Popular frameworks at stook right now is Vue.js and React. We have gone thought a few angular projects and have nothing but love for it. The best parts with react is the crossover to react native which looks very promising. For vue.js we have the ultimate light-weight framework that we can use everywhere.
The list updates from time to time*