Our Work

We forge long term relationships with our clients and help them create technology that has a lasting impact.

Redesigning for Flexibility and Migrating 20 Years of Content

Duke University

Duke Today, the news website of Duke University, needed to upgrade its site design and allow editors to build engaging stories. We rebuilt the website with Drupal 9 and migrated over 20 years of content. The new website empowers editors with the flexibility to present stories in whatever way best supports the content. In addition, our migration strategy ensures a more future-conscious and sustainable data model for years to come.
Drupal, Back-end Engineering


Elevating a Growing SaaS Brand

RevBoss has been growing tremendously since its foundation, and a new look was needed to reflect that. In addition, they wanted a more simplified approach to creating and managing content and needed a new website that would allow them to do just that. By updating their site with our new branding guidelines, RevBoss now has a sophisticated identity everyone can rely on.
Branding, Figma, Front End Development

Duke Alumni Magazine

Translating Print into Accessible Web Content

Duke Alumni Magazine (DAM) reached out to us to design a new digital presence that would complement their printed magazine. They wanted a less academic-looking site to stand out against other more traditional Duke sites.
Higher Education, Drupal, Design, Front End Development, Back-end Engineering, Accessibility

Labs™ - A Place for Experimentation at Savas Labs

Reimagining a Popular Online Game to Explore New Technology

During one of our Labs meetings, team members expressed interest in creating a live-updating two-player version of the Knucklebones minigame from Cult of the Lamb. As a result, our developers leveraged React to develop a new version of the Knucklebones game using WebSockets and Hasura.
Back-end Engineering, Front End Development, User Experience, Design

Nasher Museum of Art

Extending the Nasher Museum’s Reach Beyond Its Walls

We worked with the Nasher Museum of Art to create online tools to help teachers and students better understand African-American artists and their work.
Higher Education, Design, User Experience, Company Culture, Front End Development