We are Industry
Leaders In:

Media Delivery
We help our clients deliver incredible user experiences, from OTT video, to live sports, to the written word.

Harvard Business Publishing
Johnson & Johnson
Field Solutions
Workforces in the field today rely on mobile to help them do their jobs. We are there to create the applications that transform their effectiveness.

AOL Sales
Rexel Field Ordering
Loyalty & Payments
Consumers expect to manage relationships with brands and services they love using their mobile device. We help make it happen.

Wyndham Rewards
AXS Ticketing
IoT & Connected Devices
From integrating loyalty programs and payment systems, to interfacing with connected devices, we help clients reinvent relationships with their customers.

GE Intelligent Platforms
Microchip Partnership

We Set Ourselves Apart Through:

Our Value Stack

With hundreds of deployments, we‘ve accumulated a powerful library of code. Our tech stacks allow us to speed up development, deploy apps faster, and lower costs.

Co-Located Teams

Co-located teams significantly outperform distributed teams. Each of our employees work on site in the same office, on every project.

Cost Efficiency

The benefit of setting up shop in a small college town is that our costs are lower, making your costs lower too.

Emphasis on ROI

We solve real business problems with a focus on delivering measurable ROI on every project.

User-Centered Design

Whether it’s consumer adoption or employee adoption, we understand that an app’s viability relies on the user’s enjoyment of it.

Rock-Solid Development

Built to last. A good-looking app is nothing without a rock-solid foundation of code. Repeat: nothing. We are no-holds-barred perfectionists on this front.

Let us help you reach your business goals.

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News & Insights from WillowTree

Google Nexus Announcement: What You Should Know
October 5th, 2015

Google made the big announcement that Android 6.0 (code named Marshmallow) is due to be pushed out to existing Nexus devices starting this week. Marshmallow brings with it some pretty huge changes for developers and users […]

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Apple Event Recap: What You Should Know
September 16th, 2015

Last week’s Apple event did not disappoint. And as developers, we believe the decision to open up Apple TV to applications is the biggest announcement from Apple since they introduced the iPad. Apple’s announcement also means […]

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tvOS UI Kit
September 15th, 2015

We’ve created a free UI Kit / starter kit for tvOS design following Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines. Download: http://bit.ly/1NumNhS You’ll need San Fransisco, Apple’s font of choice for everything on the Apple TV:https://developer.apple.com/fonts/ For more information […]

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Get Your Assets In Line and Your PSDs In Order
August 31st, 2015

OMG. There are so many screen sizes now. Not to worry though. This is no big deal and I’m here to guide you.  Your keys to sanity will be setting up a PSD and using the right tools to […]

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Universal JavaScript In The Wild
August 25th, 2015

Earlier this month, Netflix announced that they had dropped Java from the rendering pipeline for their primary netflix.com web application. In its place, the company is using an architecture that leans on two technologies that have received an […]

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Giant Conference Recap: Overcoming Hurdles in Design and Life
August 11th, 2015

As designers, we’ve all been there. We’ve all experienced the dreaded “design rut.” Sometimes it feels as if every design looks the same, like it’s impossible to find the right solution for a design problem. Other […]

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Protocol-Oriented Programming
August 7th, 2015

One of the sessions at WWDC this year was entitled Protocol-Oriented Programming, and looked to introduce a new a set of Swift features as well as a new paradigm for programming in Swift that takes advantage […]

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How to Take Advantage of the Biggest Mobile Opportunity of 2015 – App Indexing
August 7th, 2015

For years, apps have existed as individual silos, with their data all but invisible to search engines. Recently, however, Google and Apple have made strides in indexing app content. Now, users can find information in an […]

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