A flexible team for your next project.
Computer Lab is a full-service dev shop focused on the development of data-driven applications. We engineer solutions that shape and accelerate our clients' goals in media, tech, healthcare and beyond.
On-site React Development
Computer Lab built on-demand streaming functionality into the iHeartRadio web platform, enabling iHeart to launch their paid subscription service before Pandora. We worked alongside iHeart's web team to scale the existing React application to millions of users.
Screen is a curatorial collective based in New York, Beijing and Berlin. We worked closely with staff to improve the performance and user experience of their bilingual media platform. We reduced site loading speed, simplified content management and delivered an engaging experience to a global audience.
Great engineering paired with domain expertise.
Healthcare and Biotech
We'll be your partner as you navigate the unique regulatory and technical challenges of the healthcare industry. Our team has years of experience working with industry leaders like Flatiron Health and we're passionate about building better health information systems.
For our arts clients, we take care to develop solutions that will be sustainable within the context of their organization. Our involvement in creative internet communities means we have a personal interest in seeing arts projects succeed.
Computer Lab can rapidly form specialized teams to tackle MVP builds with highly involved technical, data science, or design needs. Our process ensures well-documented, world-class software engineering that will help de-risk your business.
Patrick Steadman - January 4th, 2017
One big thing I learned this year is that there’s no one right way to run a software consulting business. I’ve tried to become a student of the industry, and in reading the blogs of successful companies, I’ve often found that the best practices of one consultancy are considered anti-patterns at another. For example, some companies proudly call themselves Agile or Scrum teams, while others are defined by their rejection of Agile practices. Some groups care a lot about accounting and finance, while other companies outsource those concerns and focus on code or relationships. Read MoreBlog