Concerning "who we are", at our core, we are and will always procure to be:
Kind people looking to build and share beautiful stuff through everything we do. Our vision states to “Look for a new angle“; and so we do that by challenging the highest quality standards in ways that are not common or have not been even explored before.
Today, the "beautiful stuff" that we build mainly consist of services around:
Oh, and although not our mainstream services, we eventually collaborate in fun projects touching other creative areas such as:
Editorial design, product photography, illustration, animation, advertising, marketing, and filmmaking.
There are also our social ventures
We have happily participated in small but fruitful labor insertion programs that benefit young humans who live disproportionately. Along the way, we have experienced that proper training can develop incredible technical and creative abilities on people coming from pretty much anywhere. Even (or rather specially) the most humble origins –please allow us to cite Ratatouille (2007): "Not everyone can become a great artist; but a great artist *can* come from *anywhere*. It is difficult to imagine more humble origins than those of the genius now cooking at Gusteau's"–. If you are a SaaS or IT business wanting to allocate a budget for social programs in Latinamerica, and you would like to know about our experiences, please feel free to reach us. We would happily chat about it and we could share contacts with the non-profits that have helped us so far: they are developing really amazing and beautiful stuff.
Finally, our "what we do" today is not written in stone.
We are open to evolving on time –unlike dinosaurs*–. As long as it is aligned with our "Who we are", we will welcome new and exciting ventures outside UI/UX, CMS, automations and software development.
* It is a satire. Dinos did evolve. Many of them were just really unlucky. Anyways, just a quick disclaimer for paleontologists.