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FatFish is a web and open-source software developer based in Jerusalem, Israel. Founded in 2003, this company has 15 employees. Services offered by FatFish include web development, web design, and UI/UX design for businesses of varying sizes.

Client Insights

Industry Expertise

Advertising & marketing

10%

Arts, entertainment & music

10%

Automotive

10%

Education

10%

Government

10%

Information technology

10%

Media

10%

Medical

10%

Non-profit

10%

eCommerce

10%

Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 35%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 35%

Enterprise (>$1B) 30%

Common Project Size

$10K-$49K 2 projects

$50K-$199K 1 project

Clients

  • AyyekaGo
  • Tony Robbins
  • Israeli Space Agency

Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

4.8
3 Reviews

FatFish was hired by the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design to develop a content management system for their new website on an open-source platform, and implement a complex graphic design. The aim was to create a modern website containing information about Bezalel. FatFish was selected through a formal tender process due to their competitive offer. The project involved building a new website, migrating content from the old site, creating a UI for complex search pages, integrating with campus internal services such as ERP and CRM, and implementing responsive and accessible designs. The team comprised of a project manager, an IT expert, a senior back end DRUPAL 8 developer, a senior front end developer, a QA person, and a back end person for content and media management.

The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute engaged FatFish to rebuild their old and slow website from scratch. The project aimed to create an accessible, user-friendly website that shares information about the institute, daily events, online lectures, and includes an option to purchase books from their academic press. FatFish was chosen due to their clear understanding of the specifications, robust and clear solutions, and competitive time-frame and cost. The new website, built on a WordPress-based solution, includes weekly events, publications, video lectures, and new articles in three languages. The FatFish team included a project manager, the company's manager, and a programmer.

Rich Games hired FatFish to handle the front-end side and UI/UX of a trivia game. The goal was to develop and publish a multiplayer trivia app. FatFish was selected based on positive reviews on xplace. The project involved designing, developing, and maintaining a cross-platform application published on iOS, Android, and Facebook. The team consisted of 2-3 experienced developers.

Timeliness

4.7

Service Excellence

4.8

Value

4.7

Would Recommend

4.8