Move Slow and Learn Things Waterville Maine Software Development Design

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Our software design and development team has 20 years of experience turning ideas into software. The three of us make Eariously, and we find one or two additional software projects every month to work on.

 

What do our clients say about us?

 
 
Omoyele McIntosh Move Slow and Learn Things Fan Family Foundation Nick Rimsa

Omi McIntosh

I’m the Executive Director of a New York City-based nonprofit. I’ve known Nick and his teammates for a while now, and they were the only choice. They took my vision for a website and made it reality. I love working with them, and can’t wait to see what we work on next.

 
 
 
Joshua Kim Colby College Move Slow and Learn Things Nick Rimsa

Joshua Kim

In January 2019, I thought of a potential business idea that I wanted to pursue, but unfortunately I lacked the skills needed to build the software for this venture—that’s when I met the “Move Slow and Learn Things” team. Since then, this team has helped me make tremendous progress through mentorship, advice, and development. Nick, Brendan, and Kia truly understand how to make something great. As a result, the Move Slow and Learn Things team has been an essential part of helping me understand my needs and outcomes for my business. if you’re lucky enough to work with this team, do it.

 
 
 

Who makes up the team?

 
 
Move Slow and Learn Things Waterville Maine Software Development Design Nick Rimsa

Nick Rimsa accidentally discovered software design after starting his career trading tech stocks. For the past five years, he’s worked at various startups (including his own) as a designer. Nick also teaches software design around Maine (in partnership with Colby College and Thomas College) to budding high school and college entrepreneurs.

 
 
 
Move Slow and Learn Things Waterville Maine Software Development Design Brendan Barr

Brendan Barr graduated from the Berklee College of Music, and first composed music for Nick at Nite in L.A. After sleeping on a couch for two years, Brendan started learning software development. For 13 years, he’s worked for various big companies, agencies, and startups (including his own). Millions of customers and users know and love the products he’s built.

 
 
 
Move Slow and Learn Things Waterville Maine Software Development Design Kia Jones

Kia Jones is currently completing a degree in Interactive and Digital Design at Northwest Missouri State University, Kia is a software designer currently living in Maine. Her focus is on understanding customer needs and designing for them. 

 
 
 

Not interested in having something built, but want to learn about our two-day design workshops?

We teach two-day design workshops around New England to students and communities interested in exploring design.