We build applications.

Propeller Labs is design and development consultancy in San Francisco.

We specialize in crafting meaningful web and native mobile experiences for startups and growing companies.
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We craft user experiences.

We'll partner with your team to define your idea, identify your audiences, and iterate on your product. We believe every great product has a great user experience - one that cuts through the clutter, focuses on your users' goals, and does it with minimal complication.
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We think like your users.

We've learned that merely building applications isn't enough. Our designers and developers design and develop your product with empathy. We provide critical feedback and analysis throughout our process to identify and solve weak points.
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We craft meaningful products that delight people.

Your product is your passion, we understand. We design and build applications no matter the size. Propeller Labs is a end-to-end design and development consultancy specializing in iOS, Android and web applications. Take a look at some of the applications we’ve built.
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Why are we different?

We're not your ordinary design or development company. At Propeller Labs, we put the user experience first. We'll partner with your team to understand your goals to help you make better design and development decisions.
Our team has spent time fine-tuning our design and development processes, marrying the two and developing a seamless and integrated methodology.
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Our Recent Insights

When we're feeling inspired, we write. Here are a just few of our most recent reflections and ramblings on design, development, and everything between.

The Art of The Squiggle

Why we sketch, and why you should make it a requirement in your design process.The squiggle is an under-appreciated element in design. Call it what you want (a line, a stroke, a sketch), I find...

3 Reasons AirBnb’s Bélo Accomplished Its Mission

Perhaps they could have done a better job launching their potentially “suggestive” logo without the flesh-like color, but that’s about all I have to complain about.Looking beyond the obvious...

"Contextual Design, How to Walk the Walk" on Slideshare

Several attendees from Thursday's "Outside the Boxes" speaker event requested we share George's presentation on contextual design. So we've put it up on Slideshare for anyone to revisit...