Our clients include:
Your app will be exactly what you wanted it to be.
We’re talkers. (And developers). So you can discuss what’s happening with your app directly. We can answer all of your questions and through collaboration develop your ideas into an app that’s truely unique.
Your app will be advanced and creative.
We’re imaginative. And we’ve been doing this for years, which makes us experienced, confident and flexible. We love technology and are continuously coming up with new ways for it to benefit you.
Your app will be linked to internal or external systems.
We’re smart. Already have a system or database in place? Want to utilize Facebook, Twitter and maps? Not a problem! We have extensive experience with most platforms, web services and database integrations.
Your app will be top quality and impressive.
We’re perfectionists. We have the expertise to deliver on time and on budget. We see our projects as a partnership between our two companies - just like you, we only put our name to the best projects.
We build apps, for multiple platforms: so they might be mobile apps – for your phone or iPad, web apps or social media tie-ins. And we build apps that work – with a clearly thought out, designed path, that help users interact, process information and use it more efficiently.
We’re innovative. But we’re practical… Apps, for us, are about people – about solving a problem: they guide and affect what people do, where they go, and what they see, so our apps are built from a very human perspective.
We use user-centred design to develop personas for our apps – defining the people who’ll use them, and working out how they’ll interact, so they’re useful, practical and human, and easy to use for the target audience.
Damibu was founded in 2010 by Dave Burrows, who – before starting his own business – spent ten years at Sony Studio Liverpool, latterly as technical director. It was Dave’s experience at Sony that led him to develop user-centred design for apps, and apply the principles of online characters – often seen in computer games – to app development. It also reinforced how technology users like to communicate with each other, and to external web platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Those values remain with Damibu still. We like to do complex things, and make complex things easy.
Dave is internationally respected in the games industry – in 2005 he received Sony’s European Programmer of the Year, and was a BAFTA judge in 2009 for the ‘technical achievement’ category.