You can’t shake this feeling: you’ve realized that the way you have been working… isn’t working any more. You need better tools. Or maybe there’s this product idea that you can’t get out of your head. Something brand new, or simply something better.
You want to innovate, and you need help.
We are Varvet. We’re developers and designers that craft digital products and services that help our customers change. Change the way you work. Change the way you sell. Change the way you communicate. Change the world.
With Lifesum we’re building a new product that helps people become more conscious of their personal fitness and mental well-being.
With Essity we’re building tools that helps them create a stronger connection with customers all over the world.
With Lärarförbundet, we’re helping the hundreds of editors at Sweden’s largest teachers’ union communicate and interact with their members through a modern and friendly publishing platform.
With Klarna we’re building internal tools that helps them achive their goal of making buying and selling online simple.
With Sigmastocks, we’re helping people get the most out of their savings with an innovative FinTech software-as-a-service.
With Telenor, we’re making it possible for their customers to build new Internet of Things services on a scalable M2M platform.
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Spira is a new app that makes it super easy to invest in stocks. Togheter with Collector Bank and Aktieinvest we took part in the creation of the app by providing development for iOS and Android. View our case study.
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Recently I’ve been working on a Rails project where we built a component library and a style guide using Ruby and ERB. Before looking at how we did that, let’s talk about the whats and the whys.
The concept of modularity has been a part...
One year ago I came to Varvet as a student. I was studying frontend development at YH, which is Higher Vocational Education or Yrkeshögskolan. It’s a post-secondary form of education where a significant part of the education is an internship...
To log in production code is to expose your apps’ inner secrets. One tends to log information that is of maximum value for the developer(s), but that can also be of great value for a person with malicious intent. Let’s not do that.