Our clients are leaders within global, national, and startup enterprises with at least one big, messy problem to solve. Sometimes it’s finding new ways to sell more products. Other times it’s a tangled mess of information systems, workflows, and workarounds that are long overdue for an overhaul. And sometimes an idea owner just needs help getting an engineering demo or product concept off the ground – fast.
Our team of strategists, designers, and engineers love working together to solve these problems and more. We seek out solutions that are the right size for the situation and are a pleasure to use. We are driven to help our clients succeed.
Here’s what to expect from NewFoundry.
By the end of your first meeting with us, we’ll have a deep understanding of the situation, whether it’s a problem you want to solve or a goal you want to achieve. Our team of strategists, designers, and engineers will do the up-front thinking and leg work to make sure we’re on the same page with you regarding scope, budget, and timeline.
Once the project is underway, we’ll apply our proven Frame & Forge process for delivering smart, beautiful, and flawless product design and development. By breaking your project down into milestone checkpoints and weekly sprints, we keep promises in the form of on-track progress and a steady flow of communication with you. Expect to think of us as an extension of your team – trusted, dependable, and committed to excellence.
By the time your product launches, you can rely on us to remain invested in your success. Expect to be delighted and to work with us again on your next initiative. We’re into relationships, not transactions. That’s probably why the average NewFoundry partnership is measured in years, not weeks or even months.
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We are nestled between the vibrancy of a busy downtown and steady thrum of light industry, with easy access to a reliable stream of talent through our proximity to the University of Michigan.