The Product Studio of Your Dreams

The Product Studio of Your Dreams.
Fictive Kin is an engineering and design studio based in Brooklyn, NY. We specialize in web and mobile products. People call us when they need an experienced team that will deliver a great product, every time.
What makes a digital product great? Results. Suddenly, funding is closing. Sales are rising. New markets are conquered. New platforms are explored. Page views are through the roof. And, brilliant people are eager to join your team. Bill Withers plays softly in the background. Life is good.

If that sounds like it’s your kind of thing, then give us a call. Either literally: 1-844-FICTIVE or figuratively:

We're hiring — If you are an incredible developer or designer who dreams of working with us, get in touch:

Projects of interest in 2016

  • Apple TV or Apple Watch Apps
  • Established ecommerce brands that are looking to build native mobile apps
  • Progressive Web Apps
  • Any interesting product built in React Native
  • A good, old-fashioned social network built around something fun — we love to build communities
  • An enterprise product designed to bring an industry out of the digital stone age
Recent wins from our clients and kin
Arta closed their seed round with some amazing investors.
Samsung launched the S7 (a gorgeous new phone).
Adam Fields of Arta interviewed in Forbes.
Our redesign of Rookie magazine went live to much acclaim. Page views doubled. Crowds cheered.
Our partner, Joël, published a book on Flask.
Conan tried out the kGoal on live TV.
Samsung launched an ecommerce shop in Brazil.
This. closed a round of funding. Investors included Tumblr’s President, a Twitter VP, Matter Ventures, and The New Republic Fund.
President Bill Clinton recorded a video about ACP. O_O
This. featured in the NY Times.
ACP launched the very successful Give Them 20 campaign with participation from Jon Stewart, the Rockettes, New York Mets, & many more.
We shipped three gorgeous designs of our Amigos playing card decks.
Very Goods, another successful Kickstarter project, served more than 1 million page views in its first year with just 1,000 users.
TeuxDeux reached a milestone, crossing 10,000 paying customers.
kGoal smashed their Kickstarter goal, tripling their target.
Chris Shiflett survived a bear encounter on his solo Indian Peaks expedition.