We specialize in developing native and cross-platform mobile applications for iOS and Android. We also develop APIs and web-based applications. As a senior-level team we have extensive experience in enterprise grade software and systems architecture.
Absolutely. We provide UI and UX design as a stand-alone project and as part of all our software development projects. Some companies hire us for UI/UX design, then have the product developed internally.
Our team has over 30 years of combined experience developing software for the healthcare industry and this is our specialty at Big Fish. We also have extensive experience designing and developing field service apps. Each potential project is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. The purpose and vision for the app is more important to us than what industry it relates to.
Yes, we do fixed price when the scope is also fixed and clearly defined. For highly complex projects that span many months, or when the scope can’t be defined upfront, fixed price is not a good fit. We’ll let you know ahead of time if we think this is the case.
To have a mobile application with limited features designed and developed you might invest $25,000 to $35,000. For a large, more complex project, expect to invest $50,000 and up to have your custom software designed and developed. If this sounds feasible and you’d like to discuss, please drop us a line.
Expect 1 to 2 months for a simple mobile application, or 3 to 6 months to get to version one of a complex software development project.
We do, please take a look at Our Work for examples of software we’ve designed and developed for our clients. We also have a Behance profile that showcases some of our software designs.
No. Our entire team (including all of our developers) is located in the United States and one in Canada.
We do not outsource locally or abroad. Mobile application design and development is our specialty. Our company founder wrote an article in our blog about why we don’t outsource, which you can read to learn more about our take on this topic.
Maybe. Our minimum budget when onboarding new projects is $15,000. The code also needs to be written in a language we support: Swift, Kotlin, Dart (Flutter), Java, C#, Angular. If the fix-it project meets those criteria, please reach out to talk to our team.
It may be necessary to for us to visit your office as part of a consulting engagement. But, sending our developers to your location for ongoing work is not necessary, and not part of our culture at Big Fish.
When you fill out the contact form on our Start the Conversation page, a member of our team will read your message and visit your company website to determine if the project looks like a good fit for our team. It’s helpful if you provide a little information about what you need in the “How can we help you?” section.
We’ll then send you a link you can use to easily schedule a meeting with us at a time that works for you. No need for multiple back and forth emails.
If it’s not a good fit we’ll send you a message to explain, saving everyone’s time.
No. An NDA is a contract. We only sign contracts with our clients. A confidentiality agreement is part of our Terms and Conditions when you hire us. If you’re concerned about protecting your app idea we wrote some thoughts and advice in our blog. In short: an NDA really isn’t necessary before you hire us.
We do not. Big Fish is a team for hire and we do not participate in profit share, equity deals or other similar arrangements.
If you’re with a company that may be interested in hiring Big Fish please contact us so we can answer your questions directly.