Whether you are looking for an integrated team experience, or an autonomous design and development group, Wonderment Apps can fit into any organizational need. No matter the approach, the goal is always to deliver a seamless project management experience that expands your ability to quickly and efficiently complete projects on your roadmap that weren’t previously possible.
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While we source teams and developers from a variety of regions, we always provide a project lead from a nearby timezone to insure that a) you are able to connect in realtime with the Wonderment team, and b) the needs of your business are clearly communicated in the project outcomes.
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We strive to deliver projects at a rapid pace, while retaining a high quality of design, coding, and strategic implementation. Our lean development process allows us to move quickly and with extensive agility. This process allows for iteration, insight, and ultimately a quality product.
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Ryan Williams, Co-Founder & Partner of Wonderment, has more than 15 years of product development, management and marketing experience. He has been a key figure in a variety of notable companies.
Prior to the opening Wonderment, he served as Vice President of Product Management for Avenue K, an LA-based online fashion marketplace. Before that, Ryan was the key product management leader for two successful startup exits – Burstly, acquired by Apple in 2014 & Baseline – acquired by The New York Times in 2006.
Ryan has excelled as a product and marketing leader, helping to design, build and market websites, applications, and user acquisition strategies across a variety of platforms. His specialty lies in Mobile, Web, Ad Tech, and eCommerce platforms and his domain knowledge reaches deep into the Ad Tech, eCommerce and Entertainment sectors.
Ryan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California, Los Angeles.
Faraz Tabibian, Co-Founder & Partner owns the development methodology of Wonderment Apps & Wonderment Health. He brings over 10 years of progressive technical leadership, most recently as CTO for contemporary women’s retail marketplace Avenue K.
Faraz planted his roots in software engineering at DRX, a leading provider of web-based prescription drug comparison, Medicare health plan comparison and enrollment software/services. Later, he worked as a software engineer at The New York Times and tech lead at the multi-platform social shopping engine Kaboodle/StyleSpot.
Faraz holds a Computer Science & Engineering degree from University of California, Los Angeles.