We’ve been very fortunate to undertake other projects that we’re deeply passionate about. Unfortunately, some of them are private in nature, so we’re unable to give you the full details. On inquiry we can provide a full list of the brands we have worked with.
A startup that makes planning and booking travel easy. It replaces confusing spreadsheets and documents with comprehensive activity discovery and a drag-and-drop visual calendar. Users can now build, share, and book their trips collaboratively, all in one place!
This mobile-responsive web application was built using Rails, React, and Bootstrap. Key features of the user experience are enabled via discrete API integrations with Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, and Foursquare. The most significant integration was with Viator, for activity search, booking, and payment processing.
One & Only Jewelry
Spectrum AHS helps Health Care Professionals at Alberta Health Services easily parse complex information previously only available in tables and charts. It contains detailed and location-relevant information about Pathogens, Antimicrobials, and Syndromes, as well as handy calculators and tools. We are excited for the rollout of our Mobile webapp in early 2014. Code & Iron also created the JSON REST API that provides an information endpoint for the well-reviewed iPhone version. This application was developed with Watermelon App Works.
TPFFA Emergency Incidents Map
A publicly accessible source at the City of Toronto is continuously mined to present data about emergency incidents in a more digestible way. The main driver is to give the citizens of Toronto accurate information about the types and volume of calls that the Toronto Fire Services responds to. See it live here.
First make it possible. Then make it beautiful. Then make it fast.
– Nathan Marz
Take a glance at our public projects on GitHub.
Areas of Expertise
We’re always expanding our technical point of view, but our go-to stacks are built on these foundations.