Book Your Half-Day Discovery Session

Let's work together to launch your ideas in the right direction.

What We’ll Do

In this session we’ll gain an understanding of your company and your business goals. We’ll help define how to measure the success of your project, then we’ll work with you to define the scope, timeline, and budget needed to get there.

This is an interactive brainstorm and white-boarding session with our expert team where we can discuss and figure out things like:

  • Branding and company strategy
  • Business models and value propositions
  • Ideas for your user interface
  • Workflows and process outlines
  • Information architecture issues
  • Usability issues
  • Application architecture
  • and more...

What you’ll get:

  • All our photos and notes from the session
  • Project action plan including:
    • Project roadmap for next steps
    • Time and budget proposal for the remainder of the project
  • Confidence to make good decisions about next steps for the project

Total Cost: $1,500
Total Time: 4 hours

Don't take our word for it.


They have a great eye for the small details but never forget the high-level strategy and vision. This shines through in every project they’ve overseen or produced.

Nick Finck – Facebook


This team is very well rounded in technology, development, design and general business practice. They have the rare ability to communicate knowledge while keeping the audience engaged. They’re the right people to solve your problem or brainstorm new ideas.

John Agan – Slack

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  • Price: $750.00
  • American Express

When we hired Nine Labs, our project had stalled out with another firm. The team at Nine Labs took the time to understand our brand and our vision. They delivered a customized website in the promised timeframe. Thanks, Nine Labs!

— Wendy Kemp, Brickhouse Resources

Extremely easy to work with; being both very organized and professional, as well as personable and fun. This is one group of passionate experts who really knows their stuff!

— D. Keith Robinson, Atlassian