We build not just products, but user journeys and get you traction.
We provide full stack, end to end mobile and web development, the lean way.
Step 1: Plan
Step 2: Build
Step 3: Test & Iterate
Consulting & Coaching
Fine-tuning your product with our experience and know-how.
Launching a successful product used to take a lot of time, money, and people.
Now there is better strategy and technology that allows us to be both fast, and efficient.
Lean Product Development
At Lab.Coop, we realize that ideas should not be taken at face value. We validate every major iteration on the market, whether it is business or product oriented, so that forward movement is always in the right direction.
Agile Software Development
We focus on keeping clean code, testing often, and delivering functional bits of the application as soon as they are ready.
Our agile approach allows us to add to the build, while bringing our client with us each step of the way. We apply scrum and extreme programming (XP) methods, such as TDD.
Define - Research - Ideation - Prototype - Choose - Implement
Design thinking is a process for problem-solving. Unlike analytic thinking, design thinking is a process which includes the "building up" of ideas, with few, or no limits on breadth during a "brainstorming" phase.
US-based Brandzooka enables local small businesses to place a video advertisements across the entire internet and target their local audience on websites like The New York Times and Pandora. We developed their MVP to prove the concept and build their product in React and Node.JS ever since.
ShiwaForce.com is an innovative, startup-minded company with more than 70 employees providing digital transformation solutions. Large Hungarian enterprises such as Telekom, OTP Bank, ERSTE Bank depend on ShiwaForce.com for multi-platform content management systems and behavior-driven solutions that maximize online sales potential. Lab.coop works with them on market validation and testing as well as consulting on digital marketing strategy.
A startup project of the co-founders of Lab.Coop
It came to the point where the team could not commit the necessary time and resources to develop it further. Therefore it was decided to stop maintaining the service and open-source its code-base.