We are an agile and disciplined team that sweats the details and takes pride in our craftsmanship. We practice an intense, constant collaboration both internally and externally, and utilize modern development methodologies. This allows us to continually refine and iterate on the product, fully realizing our development goals.
NewAperio was founded in January 2010 by Logan Leger while a student at Louisiana State University. After a few failed attempts at founding internet startups, Logan used the skills he garnered in building, managing and directing web and mobile products to start a new kind of entrepreneurially-focused development firm.
Our name is unique. Aperio (pronounced uh-pair-e-o) is a Latin word meaning “to uncover”. We believe that's what we help our clients do: to discover their hidden potential through web and mobile apps. The New part emphasizes the ever-changing nature of our industry – by reminding ourselves daily of the constant evolution of the web and mobile platforms, we commit ourselves to constantly challenge and expand what we know.
Today, eleven years after our founding, the company focuses on building high-quality applications for web and mobile devices. We've worked with a broad cross-section of clients — from large institutions to scrappy start-ups — in industries far and wide. Our primary experience, however, is in education — particularly institutions of higher learning — and in medical, health, and wellness related fields.
We are an agile but disciplined team that sweats the details and takes pride in our craftsmanship. We practice an intense, constant collaboration both internally and externally, and utilize modern development methodologies. This allows us to continually refine and iterate on the product, fully realizing our development goals.
How we work
Software development is often a very fluid process. Sometimes, when you dig deeper, things change; scopes grow and shrink as business needs ebb and flow. At times things change completely after customer interviews. We know this — and it's ok.
In fact, we developed our process around the idea of fluidity. Since we work in two-week sprints, we're only committed to the scope for each sprint. When we meet again to review sprints, we can always reprioritize features or remap the rest of our development. We also continually take feedback and incorporate that into our development. Thus, previously developed features can be reworked or adjusted.
In two week sprints of focused work & goals
With consistent communication
With repeated user testing
Alongside stakeholders and client teams
In a fluid process to adapt to changes
What we think
March 31, 2022
Last week I went to The Big Elixir in New Orleans, which was my very first tech conference. One of NewAperio’s core values is Learning & Mentorship along with Continuing Education. As such, NewAperio covered all of my expenses as well as that of…
Elixir, LiveView, The Big Elixir
March 08, 2022
The Big Elixir is returning to New Orleans this year, March 24–25, and we couldn’t be more excited. This is a great conference we’ve enjoyed every year. In fact, we’ve sponsored it in both 2018 and 2019 and I gave a talk at the very first one…
Founder & CEO
February 18, 2022
Basic Fitness, one of our clients, was recently on the Out to Lunch radio show talking about their startup and forthcoming app. It was a great opportunity for them to talk about their business. I would know, having been on the show myself back in…
Business, Company, Clients, Press
Founder & CEO
December 29, 2021
Every year around the holidays we send out a custom coffee mug and a bag of delicious beans as a gift. We send it to our clients in appreciation of their business, our team in appreciation of their hard work, and our friends in appreciation of their…
Founder & CEO
August 10, 2021
There are multiple scenarios in which a user might want to insert a variable into a message that will later fill in that variable with a value. Some examples include drafting an email to many recipients and including their name in the greeting…
July 14, 2021
I was asked this question a lot while we were looking for our second Junior Developer. Just over a month into my first job as NewAperio’s first full-time Junior Developer and there I was helping to pick our second Junior Developer. It was more than a…
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