Stable/Kernel is a mobile development consultancy dedicated to helping clients navigate the complexities of end-to-end mobile app development. Specializing in Mobile Planning and Strategy, iOS Development, Android Development, OS X Development and Web services Development, this team has a bigger vision for mobile apps than your typical development company. From defining the business case for your mobile app, to creating the roadmap for design and development, they work to deliver the high quality apps that will drive brand engagement and add value to your stakeholders.
We caught up with the Stable/Kernel team to hear more of their story.
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How does ATL weave into your story?
Joe and Jason met while working at the Big Nerd Ranch. They have counted the best brands in Atlanta as valued clients and wanted to bring a new mobile software development offering to our community. Both are involved in Atlanta-based charitable efforts and the local business community. We are proud to be growing and creating jobs in Atlanta and are excited to see our city grow as an international mobile hub.
What services do you offer?
Mobile strategy and planning, UI/UX design, iOS development, Android development, OS X development, Windows development and back-end/web services development.
Link to work examples/portfolio:
We are revamping our website, so there are not examples of work online. Here is a link to our blog: http://stablekernel.com/blog/.
In what ways does your development agency cater to startups?
We’ve helped start-ups figure out the business case for their mobile offerings and walked them through planning, design and development of the software that in many cases, is the entire focal-point of their business. We want to foster entrepreneurialism by alleviating technology hurdles that so many entrepreneurs don’t know how to tackle. We want them to get back to their businesses, knowing their technology development is in great hands.
Stable/Kernel recently hired Atlanta’s own UI/UX expert, Brian Harper, to their team as Director of Design. Harper has a decade of experience designing mobile apps for clients such as P&G, Honeywell, Orkin, and Whirlpool. He also spent time working as “deputy design manager” with Conway at Big Nerd Ranch. With a resume like that, there is no question that Harper will be a great addition to the team!