Cultural Manifest

#1
#1

Remote First

The world is constantly changing and so is the organization of work and business. With each passing day, the business world becomes a bit more remote. Great products require great people, but limiting the search to a single zip code doesn’t seem like a good strategy.

#2
#2

Live = Learn

We’re human. We make mistakes. We need to accept this. It’s nice when everything works well the first time, but we tend to learn more from our mistakes than from our successes. We constantly keep our minds open to learn, overcome obstacles, and become better at doing what we love to do.

#3
#3

Be 100% All the Time

Every time we close a cycle we find a way to improve upon what’s been done before. This is part of the process, and it shows that we learned something new along the way. The important thing to remember is that we give 100% of our effort and dedication when tackling a challenge.

#4
#4

Superheroes

The problem with superheroes is that they don’t exist. As people, we have different talents and we can complement each other and boost each other’s potential by working as a team. We have functions, roles and different tasks, but we achieve our goals by working together with a single common objective in mind.

#5
#5

Our Vision Strives for Quality

Languages, technologies, frameworks, tools, practices and trends. In order to find products that people love to use, it isn’t enough to just use one methodology, count on human talent or define processes. Quality is a never-ending search and that search is in our essence and will always be present in our horizon.

#6
#6

Communicate and Share

When someone explains something, it can appear as though people who learn are only those who listen. But it’s quite the opposite, actually. The person who speaks the most is the one who learns the most. Communicating and sharing make us all grow and it’s essential so as to have fun doing what we like. We ask, discuss, share, respond and grow by communicating.