About

Pushplay is a mobile development company.

We specialize in interactive, immersive experiences — our users move and shake, and our apps wiggle and wobble. We don’t make apps that look like mobile web sites — we make use of all possible device capabilities of mobile smart phones and tablets.

We work with both traditional and digital agencies, and have done a number of projects (white-labeled) for major Fortune 500 companies. (Ask us for details)

We are based in Dallas, TX and Los Angeles, CA; with developers in San Francisco and New York.

We consult on business strategy and application design — from the business and technical analysis and requirements through information architecture (user scenarios, process flows, and wireframes), and then develop the technical front and back end to make the applications ready for launch. We have partnered with a number of design firms to handle the necessary creative, graphic design, content production, and copywriting.

Please contact us today to tell us about your iPhone, iPad, or Android project!

The Team

Jeffrey Berthiaume

iPhone/iPad Interface

Jeffrey is the CTO and lead interface developer for pushplay. He has designed and developed iPhone and iPad apps for Pizza Hut, Teleflora, NIXON, Medtronics, and Kaiser Permanente. His primary focus is on usable interfaces with multiple intuitive levels of sliding and swiping.

Justin Leger

iPhone Functionality

Justin is the lead back-end developer for pushplay. He has developed enterprise-level backend systems for American Airlines, Hachette Filipacchi, Blockbuster, and RCA. Along with backend web management systems, he specializes in advanced device-specific functionality such as augmented reality.

Kelly Harris

Information Architecture

Kelly Harris is an Interactive Project Manager with broad experience, both on the client and agency side. He also has experience as a Business Analyst and Information Architect. His focus the last several years has been on User Experience, striving to make apps or web sites more intuitive; and on Content Development, ensuring content is highly relevant to the end-user.

Matt Offield

Web Interface Development

Matt Offield has worked on web sites and content management systems for SONY, Hachette Filipacchi, and Qualcomm. He is currently working on information architecture and backend web systems for a number of soon-to-launch iPhone and Android applications.

Chris Koeberle

Android Development

Chris Koeberle is an application developer and patent attorney who has
worked on professional and consumer tax and accounting software,
embedded systems, and Android games and applications. He creates
software solutions to seamlessly integrate with and enhance existing
workflows.

One Response to About

  1. Wayne says:

    I will not give my credit card details for something that is free. What reason would you have to take banking details of a free service, except for fraudulent behaviour. If later on I decided I would want a more premium service, fine, give details.

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