Major telecom needed a 3D visualization of network
infrastructure for their 5G upgrade
was progressing slowly, and didn't meet requirements.
Simplified the technical approach to get the project back on
Client was happy with the results, and started planning
the next phase of the project. Software loaded fast and ran smoothly on
architecture startup needed to visualize buildings in 3D
Buildings needed to be customized, placed on a map, and rendered
appealingly in 3D, all in the browser.
immediate problems, then helped the team create a more efficient
and flexible product and 3D workflow.
Achieved startup's vision
of an automated custom architecture product.
Large financial firm needed
powerful data visualizations for an analytics platform
Complex charts had distinct appearances and
required the same feature to be added to each chart.
Designed and implemented new version of
the platform's data visualizations. Wrote clear technical
documentation so the development team's momentum would continue.
New charts and graphs are used across the product, and the
streamlined architecture means new features can be
built and deployed easily.
company wanted to let their users see ongoing projects on a map
There were many unknowns around requirements
and data to clear up before implementation could begin.
stakeholders to come up with a plan, gather needed data, and finalize
The interactive map is being used to communicate
with users about a $1 billion modernization project.
Environmental startup wanted to show off their technology to
The client had detailed technical data, and wanted
to tell a compelling marketing story with it.
animated visualizations, and iterated on client feedback.
client loved the prototypes, and said "Kevin is an artist engineer!"
Large financial firm wanted a prototype of an
innovative trading platform
Client needed to prove their idea
on a short schedule.
In one month, learned the client's
goals, built out a professional user interface, and responded to
Met project deadline, and client
was able to validate their concept and move forward.