A cross between design and development

Integrating means turning design images into a working website while being as faithful to the initial project as possible. It means creating web pages fully compatible with all browsers for developers to use later on.

Integration, a necessary step


Although rarely in the limelight, integration is a very versatile work requiring multiple skills. Our integrators master usability, design and development languages. Their know-how allows them to participate in each step of the projects.

The integrator works with both code and designing tools


When we integrate a web app or a website design, we focus on integrating PSD files with as little change as possible. For us, integrating means following the initial design as we as web standards, and ensuring compatibility with all browsers. Our integrators master the languages – HTML, CSS and JavaScript – they need to do their job well, and it shows in the quality of their work.

Integrators constantly keep an eye on the way browsers evolve. They do their best to integrate everything they can natively and ensure forward compatibility.

Integrators aim at offering web apps all web users can use while constantly improving them so that people who use recent browsers can fully enjoy their latest features.

Integrators follow the W3C Standards


Our integrators love talking about all browsers compatibility, accessibility and durability, ideas which are supported by the W3C, the community that develops web standards. These standards are important to us, because by following them we improve our work efficiency, the quality of the web and the result of the integrations we do.

Integrating requires thoroughness and openness towards other lines of work. We nurture this openness because it helps us ensure your app or site suits your expectations and is efficient and interactive.