Software Development & Tech Strategy for Entrepreneurs

We are a Silicon Valley software engineering team building products for seed-stage startups in the U.S. and around the world. We work with founders who understand the importance of high-quality software and prefer to focus on product rather than team-building while they work towards product-market fit.

Our Services

Product & Design

Before the first line of code, we define what we are building and who it is built for.

  • Personas
  • Stories
  • Moodboard
  • Features List
  • Wireframes
  • Style Guide
  • Mockups
Frontend & Mobile

Once we know what we are building we can create the best experience for your users.

  • Web Client(s)
  • Mobile Client(s)
  • Unit & Integration Testing
  • Analytics Tooling
  • Landing Pages
  • Admin Panel
  • SEO
Backend & DevOps

Everything we build will be created on top of a robust, flexible & scalable infractructure.

  • ERD
  • Architecture
  • Serverless Backend Services
  • Integrations & Databases
  • Dockerized Dev & Prod Env
  • Github Repository
  • CI/CD



Confused?

If you're new to building software you can get started with a simple breakdown of the process.

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Still ideating?

Check out some of our tips & tricks to set up for product-market-fit before getting started with development.

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Client Testimonials

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Technologies


We specialize in building consumer facing software products for web and mobile. We build web applications, mobile applications, landing pages, backend services, and frontend prototypes.

We use JavaScript (Node.js, React.js), React Native for iOS and Android, Vanilla HTML/CSS, Python, and Swift for Native iOS.

Our develoment is modularized, test-driven, peer-reviewed, responsive, cloud-based/serverless, continuously integrated, and efficiently modularized.

Our team is Silicon Valley-bred and based in the US.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do you build?

When we talk about a product we include websites, web applications, mobile web applications, iOS applications, and Android applications.

What are Web Applications?

Unlike websites, web applications typically have personalized functionality that allows users to interact in a meaningful way. A simple way to look at it, if your site needs a login it becomes a web app.

How do you define the scope of a project?

At Get It Built we focus first on getting your MVP off the ground. MVP stands for minimal viable product and it refers to the practice of selecting the most-essential features and launching your product earlier rather than later. MVP is a cost-effective approach to software development. You create a working product that embodies your core idea for testing and user feedback and avoid the drag of unnecessary features.

How much does it cost to build an app?

The cost of a software product is equivalent to the cost of your designer, product manager, frontend developer, backend developer, devops engineer, and quality assurance. By focusing first on defining your desired results, we can deliver products at a fraction of the costs of hiring even just a single full-time team member. Our design & strategy offering starts at $10k and development projects require a minimum budget of $50k. To get a detailed proposal, you can let us know the specifics of your needs.

What is Mobile Web?

This terms refers to mobile-friendly applications that look good and work properly on smaller screens. Sometimes web applications are developed solely for mobile use, but most often they are adapted from their larger versions.

What is the Frontend?

If the plan is to build the product, we combine the style guide and wireframes to make a semi-functional frontend-only product. Frontend development refers to the creation of the visual and interactive aspects of the product and excludes the “brain” and connection to “real data.”

What is the Backend?

After we have the visual and interactive aspects of the product ready (the frontend), we can add functionality so it works with real data and users are ready to derive value from it. Simply defined, the backend refers to the programmed functionality, data storage, data analytics, APIs, and other types of “thinking” the app has to do.

What is Cloud/Serverless?

A cloud/serverless architecture leverages existing world-class infrastructure to save development and maintenance costs. We can have servers hosted in the cloud, which simply means we don't have physical infrastructure, or better yet, serverless services which rely on shared computing resources.