The Blacksmith is where we forge our digital products.
Our artists and engineers work tirelessly to create products of extreme power whilst making sure that they are easily handled by the brave keyboard warriors.
We offer products to help you on your journey throughout web development.
Our most well-known and much loved tool Hammer makes it easy to build and maintain static websites.
It works hand-in-hand with Anvil which makes testing your websites locally incredibly simple
Through to easy publication to our elegant and lightning fast production hosting service Forge.
Our master craftspeople are currently at work on a brand new API-first headless CMS called Chisel, offering a fast and modern way to manage your website content.
Beach is your CTO and Dev team as a service.
Our clients leverage our constant investment in new technologies for their own gains.
At your disposal is our team of fully trained and experienced developers, across the stack, who can bring your product vision to life, just like we do for our own products.
We can build MVPs (Minimum Viable Products) to platforms serving millions of API calls and thousands of Users.
We are a company that works with emerging platforms to create next-generation digital experiences.
Our offer is two-fold, simply - we build our own products and we help you build yours.
What seperates us is how we do this, at Beach we are known for building beautiful user interfaces and simplified customer experiences over complex underlying technologies.
We specialise in JAMStack and Microservices architectures, React.js, React-Native and fully native mobile applications, conversational interfaces (chatbots) and enteprise SaaS.
We work with early stage startups on their MVP, Series A / B Startups when they need to build out their technology strategy and scaleable architecture and Corporates who need to drive innovation and experimentation.
Our own products are used by more than 70,000 Designers and Developers in more than 25 countries worldwide.
We believe in and contribute to free and open source software.
The Beach Laboratory is a wonderous place where news ideas are hatched and tinkered with.
It is here that we experiment with emerging technologies to find real-world use cases.
From Virtual Reality to Blockchain, Bots to new Mobile apps, you'll find something fascinating in here.
We even reimagine and rethink better ways for our existing products to evolve, and if you already love those products, that's a conversation you'll want to be a part of.
Welcome to our website and an introduction to the world of Beach.
Feel free to explore our island and discover all there is to learn about Beach.
Watch as our virtual home evolves over time, in an organic and meaningful way.
You'll discover information about our popular software products that we've lovingly crafted for people like you.
Find out how we've helped successful startups rapidly build and scale next generation services using technology.
Oh and don't forget to look out for the odd surprise, here and there...
Inspired by one of the most beautiful landmarks in the world, our world wouldn't be what it is without it.
The real world Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast, near Lulworth in Dorset, UK.
Although privately owned by the Lulworth Estate, Durdle Door is open to the public and one of my favourite places to enjoy the outdoors.
Especially coasteering on the adjacent cliffs and rocks. Be careful, though!
Old Garry is inspired by our very own Old Harry Rocks, a formation of three chalk formations including a stack and a stump.
Old Harry is located on the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The story of the naming of the rocks is one of legend. One says that the Devil (known euphemistically as "Old Harry") slept on the rocks.
Another local legend says that the rocks were named after Harry Paye, the infamous Poole pirate, whose ship hid behind the rocks awaiting passing merchantmen.
Yet another tale has it that a ninth-century Viking raid was thwarted by a storm and that one of the drowned, Earl Harold, was turned into a pillar of chalk.
Whichever may be true, I think you'll agree that Old Garry is a wonderful landmark.
Inspired by the 400 tonnes of sandstone, perched upon a conical hill, approximately 1 mile from the village of Studland, south Dorset known as Agglestone Rock.
Another name for Aggy Rock is the Devil's Anvil, a holy stone hurled by Devil on to the crest of the hillock rising above peaty waste.